couldn't resist putting original parrot sketch on the blog
Still works. It wa sa great idea then and still remains so.
Have a look here http://www.bulletinboardforum.com/youtube/FDzYexhX8Gc/Fingerboard.html
Have a look at the website of this photographer who worked with supermodel Naomi Cambell to create a scan of her
Check this website for all sorts of options http://thomashawk.com/2007/01/top-10-hacks-on-flickr.html
Yes there are 10 free online lessons here http://www.morguefile.com/archive/classroom.php
From a report in the Daily Mail,
The following was reported on Ananova website, An Italian burglar was caught after failing to steal a digital camera which she had used to take a picture of herself.
F-secure informs us how virus writers are quick to use natural disasters
Have a look at this news story http://news.com.com/2100-7348_3-6150592.html?part=rss&tag=2547-1009_3-0-10&subj=news
Attached is the first E mail I received and also a link chas found relating to the same type of wording. It is pretty obvious that it is either a poor practical joke or some type of a scam. But there is always a chance that someone might be fooled and that they could give away enough information to create an identity scam.
From a manifesto on Stuckism,"The Stuckists are, therefore, opposed to the current pretensions of so-called Brit Art, Performance Art, Installation Art, Video Art, Conceptual Art, Minimal Art, Body Art, Digital Art and anything claiming to be art which incorporates dead animals or beds - mainly because they are unremarkable and boring."
I picked up a copy of Digital Photographer magazine issue 52 at the SWPP convention on the weekend. There were some very interesting pieces. I enjoyed reading an article,' sensors explained 'on page 56. Very informative.
"Procrastination is my sin.
we were working tonight at a celebration for trainees of Barclays bank. It was at the novotel. The people who employed us did the decor and it was fascinating how they could achieve so much impact in what was quite a small room. I enjoyed seeing the quality of the food that the hotel put on as well as the way they laid it out.
Have a look here http://2point8.whileseated.org/?p=102 I mentioned this interview earlier, its worth a look, the pictures at the end made me smile.
A discussion with Nils Jorgensen, "Q: I’ve mentioned elsewhere here (or at least I thought I did) that there are two strong and particular streams in street photography: the Sander/Arbus/conversation side and the H.C.Bresson/Winogrand/candid side. Can you talk a bit about how you ended-up on the moment-based Winogrand side? Have you done much conversation-based portrait work, or is it always candids?