Entries from June 2010

Mayview State Hospital; or, dump the film, punk.

Date June 16, 2010

I was driving by an old abandoned building this morning in the rain and came across a woman on the side of the road with a Canon Rebel & binoculars. I pulled over to say hello and see what she was shooting. She said she was “birding” and lived in Houston. I told her I […]

Tagging photos in Flickr

Date June 10, 2010

cc licensed flickr photo shared by funkandjazz As the idea of “tagging” files, images, folders, etc… caught on over the last few years, I’ve embraced it for so many reasons. Instead of sticking a file into a folder, that file could not represent so much more. For students, this could be “paper”, “draft1”, “Sci 302”, […]

Have Faith in your Art

Date June 8, 2010

I am the editor for The Music Matters Project, a not for profit music photography benefit project out of Arizona in conjunction with Sweet Relief a benefit for terminally ill recording artists out of California. Today I wrote a post on art, what it means, and why we, as artists, need to have faith in […]

What I need for a Photographer Website

Date June 1, 2010

I’m at an in between place as a photographer. I do agree I’ve been a photographer most of my adult life and have only cared more about what I shoot and how I shoot it in the last 1 1/2 years. Also, I was never paid for my work before last December, but now I […]