Pole dancing is proving to be an effective form of communication in some of the most surprising of places. Maybe even church. Take a look.
Twitter is testing a new feature that allows users to edit photographs by putting stickers on them. This is not good news. Don’t edit my photos.
Five years can be a long time for a model to be away from the camera, but in this instance, the difference is positively beautiful. Take a look.
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We’re sharing some of our favorite photos from yesterday’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Indianapolis. Lots of fun, lots of green, and lots of kids!
A friend’s Facebook post reminded me of how much I used to be about shattering boxes and illuminated how much I’ve not. Today, we return. Boxes, you’ve been warned.
Most things don’t work. We try, fail, and our creative frustration grows to the point we give up. You have to not allow failure to affect your sense of self..
Creativity without quality is of little use and quality cannot be mass produced. Art does not work on a volume scale. There’s a reason masterpieces are rare.
To be truly creative, to make something that is different enough to impact our culture, means being willing to take risks and make sacrifices that are uncomfortable.
Where we strive for perfection we fail. Where we allow ourselves to be creative, we still may not succeed but we are more likely to try again. Take a look.
We were up taking pictures this morning much earlier than we would normally attempt, too early for our brains to function, too early for that bird.
How would you respond if I couldn’t show you my photos, any of them, until you show me you’re over 18? Some people would like that to happen. We’re not kidding.
Those pictures teens are constantly taking are changing the global economy, not because there are too many, but because they change our decision-making process.
The new Canon EOS-1D X Mark II looks good in the marketing literature, but the upgrade doesn’t improve the quality of photo enough to justify the excitement nor the cost.
War photography shows us what politicians don’t want us to see: War is hell. A new ad contrasts the propaganda vs. reality. Take a look.
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