Sunday, March 29, 2009
It's Not A Job, It's An Adventure
Many years ago I realized the way to make photography completely dull and boring was by making it a job. I don't like taking pictures for other people. The business of photography has little to do with making images. I feel the same about blogging. If I had to do it I wouldn't like it very much. If it was a job, I'd hate it. And I don't want to hate it. I want to do more of it. So as with my photography, so with my blog. I shoot what interests me and what I think is important to document, I will treat this blog in the same manner.
I use Facebook to point out shifts in the photo industry, copyright issues and the like. I also use it to communicate with a few good friends.
Most of my current work can be seen on my Flickr page.I sometimes post five image photo essays there, and my complete Alcatraz project can be seen there.
I also use Twitter, which is linked to my Facebook page, to spread information about photography issues.
So I think I'm going to save this blog to just talk about making pictures and photography that I think is good and or important. That will interest me and hopefully keep me going in the blogosphere.
The photo above is from some recent work I've been doing while sitting in public places.
Photo: Union Square, San Francisco. ©2009 David W. Sumner
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