Monthly Archives: December 2012

Writing and Photography

Writing is a much of photography as photographing. This may surprise some but not anyone who has worked as a photographer. Writing is what makes the photography happen. Proposals, grant applications, logistics etc. all take a tremendous amount of writing.  But that’s not what I’m going to write about today. Today I’m going to write […]

Photography Books I Like

I like photography books. I like them a lot. I don’t think this makes me unique in the world of people in photography. In many ways I feel that the photography book is the best from of photography. the purist. When a photograph or a series of photographs is hung on the museum wall it […]

Computing on the road

Again I hate to talk about a technical matter again but I’m going to talk about mobile computing while on the road or field This is a subject near and dear to my hart because I spend a lot of time on the road. More than that I’m a little bit obsessed with packing a […]

On Camera Man and Photographers: an exploration in the history of typing and photography

In this essay I want to talk about the difference between cameramen and photographers.  I want to do this because I’ve realized that in many ways I’ve my entire career in photography which started in 1997 has been watching a radical technological shifts that has changed the meaning of what it is to be a […]