JSP Visual Week In Review | 11.27.11
It’s either a little late to make a New Year’s Resolution…or a little early.
Either way, thinking about starting something new here. A visual recap, if you will, of my past week. To be posted either Saturday or Sunday.
A freewheeling, mosaic of images I shot this past week. Some I may have blogged here before, some I may blog in the future. Some may be one-offs, have a common thread (or not), interesting (or not), just people and things that have passed in front of whatever lens I may have had on me at the time (Canon 50D, Blackberry, Contact…you get the, uh, picture.)
these images may raise questions. They may answer questions. They may make you scratch your head, or nod it. Or scratch it while nodding it.
I’m just trying to pull a little bit more out of my camera. The only way to do that is to share what I’ve shot. Good, bad or indifferent…the images are no good if they stay on my hard drive.
I’ve spent time recently reading Fast Company’s How To Lead A Creative Life. It was quite interesting and stoked the fire a bit.
But really, what it comes down to is…you gotta do it and get it out there. It’s makes no sense to have it all just sit on a Laci or Seagate hard drive some place.
Point. Shoot. Edit. Write. Hit Publish. Hit Print.
Do it for you.
OK, enough adieu about all this. See above, again.
Off we go….
Wait…Speaking of creativity, my friends Ray, Matt and Sabrina over at Rear Curtain just published their first print edition. I’ll be doing a post on this in the future, but if you’re interested in photojournalism, order a copy. You also get a free digital copy as well. Rear Curtain published online one of my stories earlier this year, so I’m also excited to be part of this print edition as well. Like I said, more to come…
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Unless otherwise noted, images captured with a Canon 50D, SanDisk digital film, finished with PS4 or PSE6 and Nik Software.
The Rear Curtain/Rte. 130 story and images are fantastic. I’m quite familiar with all those 130 motels and have always found them fascinating (in addition to a lot of other businesses and buildings along that route). Great stuff, as usual!