Every once in a while we like to try something different. These eight images are different.
With the Raymond James Stutz Artists Open House starting tonight, we were reminded of this article from five years ago.
Identical shoes gave us an excuse to take family portraits and illustrate why people take pictures in the first place.
On this day when many celebrate, we look back at the tragic Peep invasion of 2010 and the horror that threatened a nation.
The recent death of Ben Speer leaves the world of southern gospel music without a link to an important part of its heritage.
We are slobs. Look at the way we dress, the way we treat others, the way we act. The effects are showing, too. This is an uncomfortable conversation.
Going through the process of creating new business cards can be daunting. Here are some we didn’t like.
Want to travel but don’t have the means to take off for anywhere more than 30 miles away? Wanderbrief may be the answer to that problem.
We want our elected leaders to show compassion in the laws they pass and the budgets they create. Maybe we should show some compassion ourselves.
The relationship between models & model agencies is challenging. The question is more what’s legal vs. what’s expected. Here is our perspective.
An artificial intelligence robot created a gum commercial better than the one produced by humans. Could all creative jobs be on the line?
This set of never-before-processed photographs is a good argument for not deleting the images we don’t use the first time.
The laws of Daylight Saving Time demand that we move our clocks forward an hour. Let the semi-annual debate over time begin.
The Autumn/Winter 17 runway season is over. Here are our favorites.
The #RetouchersAccord wants to bring ethics to Photoshop use, but whose ethics and why? We take issue with the concept.
A curated gallery of wonderful people who are not only physically attractive but genuinely pretty on the inside, too.
Tombstones knocked over. Travel bans. Church police. Why does such hate continue against religion? Because religion promotes hate.
In the face of increasing events of non-terror around the world, we must stand strong and united to fight against the wrongs that aren’t there.
There’s nothing quite like the joy of finding pictures that had gone missing. We found some and are happy to share.
A popular song from the Doobie Brothers sets the stage for discussion of the fools who believe what isn’t real and never will be.
If you were offered citizenship in the Nation of Facebook, would you take it? Mark Zuckerberg lays out an interesting proposal.
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