I can already hear the cries of “this is not Facebook, keep it professional!”. I know, I know, but you have to realize that while LinkedIn may have started as a social media site created around work, and our professional lives, they face the same challenge that every other social media site does, and Social…
A couple of observations about shooting at the beach over the Christmas weekend: 1. Off-season is a great time to photograph a beach. It is much easier to get landscape and seabird shots when they are only a handful of people within sight of you along the beach. 2. On the other hand, the lack…
Interesting, because a lot of the examples given here are similar to ways I use the camera in my iPhone too. Yes, occasionally I use it to take photos, but when I’m really looking to shoot photos, I take my DSLR. The iPhone is just the camera I have with me, all the time, which…
– Craig with a good explanation of why sending your photo evidence as inline images in an email is not ideal..
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We spent the weekend with Angela’s family, including a little trip across the border to Windsor, Ontario. It’s only about a two hour drive from where her parents live and none of them had ever been to Canada, so it was fun, even if the Border Patrol was suspicious of a car full of folks…