It occurred to me tonight, as I was looking through my Favorites in my browser for something to write about, that I’ve got a lot of little odds and ends worth sharing that wouldn’t necessarily sustain a post on their own. I’ve decided to just lump them in one place and let ’em simmer for a bit.
Allen Murabayashi’s Rant: I Love Photography might just be the best thing you read on photography this year.
Grover, portrait photographer:
Hopefully Grover doesn’t take the “professional” photography advice from 27b/6 seriously (warning: do not drink anything while reading this post)
Dorothy Brown gives photographers a reminder that once in a while, we really should step in front of the lens instead of spening all our time behind it.
Sure Beats Putting Posters on Telephone Poles: check out ifoundyourcamera.net, a repository of lost cameras…
A bit of photography humor from the reliably awesome xkcd:
Now you, too, can look like a supermodel, thanks to Fotoshop by Adobé:
And, finally, The New York Times’ “Lens” blog has a photo essay made up of contest entries from Kodak’s early days.
The First 10,000 runs on passion (and an awful lot of caffeine). Buy me a coffee.