It is with sadness that I note the passing of noted photojournalist Jack Kurtz. I had the good fortune to meet and travel with Jack through Nepal in 2017 as part of a small group photographic adventure/workshop. Jack was what I thought of as an “old school” photojournalist, with a 30 year plus career which…
Motivated to make Art? Why do we take photographs? For many people, it’s to record their lives and the lives of those around them. To record important events, personal or family milestones. To push a political or social agenda? To make a living through commercial photography, weddings, babies, portraiture, advertising, etc. For some it’s…
It seems that monopolies (or near-monopolies) just can’t help themselves and are drawn to abusing their market domination.
the role of social media in promoting misinformation explored.
a more conventional view of London’s historic Westminster Abbey.
It’s good to see the occasional story about what we can do right. The needs of the environment and the needs of humanity are inextricably linked.
if yours is a small web site, Google Analytics statistics are now so skewed by spammers as to be completely meaningless.
Why are Australian consumers consistently ripped off? The Australian Government announces a Parliamentary Inquiry into Software Price …
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, a good product. Sadly it comes with Adobe’s Shameful Discriminatory Pricing Policy.
Appallingly, as many as 10 million wild birds are illegally slaughtered every year on Cyprus. Acts of environmental vandalism that go largely unnoticed.