Not really a post this one, just a quick hi lighting of a recent article in The Guardian that has only just come to my attention (I have been a tad occupied) ... We "thought" the photojournalistic branch of photography would be safe (or should be.....) Maybe the choice was made because they knew it … Continue reading Ai ….. using Ai ??
A follow up to my recent post about Photography Competitions and the WPO
Boris’s facebook statement….. 2 weeks ago I wrote “Is all what it seems when it comes to Photography Competitions?” Now there is an update - the creator of the image refused to accept the prize (see the above statement on facebook). Additionally there is a twitter thread that is highly interesting where one attendee at … Continue reading A follow up to my recent post about Photography Competitions and the WPO
Updating my Websites
When was the last time you updated your website? …. I think I have updated the design maybe one or twice but I kept the same provider (zenfolio) without looking at the option of switching providers despite finding & reporting problems (which were never solved). Of course the work displayed on the site was continually updated.
Social Media & Watermarks?
Did you notice? How could you not notice? For the first time in the 8 years this blog has been running I have performed a major site overhaul - new theme, colours and layout.I have kept it different from my main sites but the colour match. And oh, what a subject to bring in this … Continue reading Social Media & Watermarks?
Is all what it seems when it comes to Photography Competitions?
I am all in favour of competitions that feature measurable methods of “best-ness“ but of course when it comes to any creative endeavour, any measurement can only be subjective and wholly down to the taste of the judges. So, add AI to the subjective-ness argument and is it fair to say photo competitions have run thier course?