Writer and Oscar-winning documentary maker Errol Morris talks about the nature of truth, art and propaganda in photography. Drawing examples from the photographs of Abu Ghraib and the Crimean war, cited in his book Believing is Seeing, he argues we’ve often underplayed the link between photgraphs and the physical world
Sometimes I have to step back and get a laugh out of the photography industry, enjoy!!!
Starting in 2012 I will be focusing on the business of photography. One of the areas I am goint to expand is doing professional head shots. Many professions require or it is standard practice for have a professional portrait every one from actors to lawyers use them. I professional photograph shows the best you!
I found this very useful article on web browsers and managed colors spaces. I get asked by new photographers that go out and shoot go home and edit there images and upload the images to web to only find there colors muted. Most online tools strip out the meta data out of images. Well first what is this “metadata”? The short answer is data that is not visual, like the make and model of the camera, inforamtion added after the image was created like the location and key words. You can find more info here (http://www.photometadata.org/)