Monthly Archives: June 2012

Great News For Californians And Lovers of California’s Big Sur Area – Garrapata State Park To Remain Open

California’s budget crisis led to an (ill considered IMHO) decision by Governor Jerry Brown to close 70 state parks in July including Garrapata State Park, a jewel of a park along California’s Central Coast. Thanks to the Monterey Regional Park … Continue reading

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From The New York Times – Photography Collectives: “Cooperation Replaces a Lone Wolf Approach”

Photographers are increasingly trying new business models to compete in a changing world.

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The Google Art Project – in a word – Stunning!

You can spend a lifetime here! Dive in and look around.

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Interesting Post by Steve Coleman – “Becoming a Photographer, Part 1: The Struggle to See”

Steve talks about his beginning days learning photography and what he discovered was missing from his early images.

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From PetaPixel – Facing The Future: Nine Perspectives on the Future of Photography

Interesting interviews with nine photographers about adjusting to the changing business of photography. (Lots of video here so the page may take a little time to load.)

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