Two years ago I only managed to experiance Electromagnetic Field for half a day. This time I was equipped to stay a little longer. View the story HERE (The old Storify link below does not work.) https://storify.com/documentally/electromagnetic-field-2016-57a880db9be78a6f01eaf426 … [Read more...] about Electromagnetic Field 2016
I have started a newsletter. I've been thinking about it for a while. An experiment for now. I'm not the last one to do this but I cant be that far off. I figured I'd better have a go at writing one before it's just robots doing it. I only subscribe to a select few myself but I read them all. Even the one that's only 10% interesting. My pilot newsletter, #000 went out to 39 inboxes. … [Read more...] about Backchannel
I never intended to bolt a load of crap to my camera for video blogging. I didn't see the point. For me the phone meant simple, lightweight, always ready image grabbing. Back in the day the add-ons weighed a ton and bulked your phone up so much you may as well have taken an SLR out. Also the best clips I grabbed were impromptu captures. Snatches of passing moments. A reach for the pocket, … [Read more...] about Who needs a video rig for the iPhone?
For many discerning content creators the vertical vs landscape video conversation is still raging. Some are happy to digest content as it’s delivered. Others are vocal in their frustrations. When faced with the trend to shoot video in an upright format, some foreheads are slapped. Angry mumblings mumbled. I hesitate to use any video capture app that does not favour landscape over … [Read more...] about Landscape Vs Portrait Video
Last month the Redeye Network asked me to talk at their Lightbox Project. The photographers present wanted to explore new ways to get their work seen. It got me thinking about their desired outcome. I assumed they either want their work to be seen as a form of self promotion, or there are messages in their work that they want to promote. Any photographer looking to make a career out of their … [Read more...] about How Photographers Can Cut Through The Noise.