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Archive for July, 2012

Google Plus Hangout with David H. Wells

Fellow Olympus Visionary photographer David H. Wells joined me for a Google + hangout to discuss the transition from still to multimedia photography. Along the way, we discussed the gear we pack, our sources of inspiration and where we hope to go next with our multimedia projects. I thoroughly enjoyed the conversation and hope you […]

Is Photography A Performance-based or Post-processed Medium?

In thinking about the future of photography, I’ve been wondering how the craft will evolve as post-processing tools become ever more powerful and our skills at conveying emotion through the use of color, tone and contrast match the sophistication and subtlety of the available technology. I found some interesting parallels between photography and music in […]

A Three-Party Publishing Ecosystem

I came across this little gem embedded within a longer post about new Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer on John Battelle’s Search Blog “I believe, deeply, that commercial publishing is a conversation between three key parties: The reader (or viewer), the publisher/content creator, and the marketer.” -John Battelle This is an important triad where all parties […]

The Falling Price of Media

Seth Godin’s been on a roll lately. A recent post on the cost comparisons between traditional media and new, self-published media highlights a big part of the reason why photographers, and other content creators are having problems getting paid. If consumers (this can be the general public or businesses in a B2B scenario) don’t see […]