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Truth in Photography

Pinocchio image by André Koehne

Photography has always been subjective. We believe what we want to believe. Our history is edited, whether it’s words or photographs. There is no way to give a completely objective viewpoint. Every image we create or manipulate has the baggage of our life experiences, prejudices, culture and the time we live in. As a creative … Read more

What is photography used for?

Photography has many uses, more so now than at any other time. Closely linked to advances in technology the scope of how and what we photograph is rapidly expanding. Communication Visual media crosses many barriers: language, culture, literacy and age engaging a diverse audience. With only a quick glimpse an image can tell a story … Read more

RIP Fairfax

Today the Fairfax Media newspaper group decided they no longer need photographers and will instead use Getty. Fairfax photographers and journalists walked out today protesting about the decision. Fairfax cite unnamed examples of overseas papers making similar business decisions. Newspaper photographers and journalists are society’s moral conscience and government watchdog. While social media and crowdsourcing may … Read more

Radio 88.7FM Interview follow up

A follow up radio interview from last weeks episode where I was invited by David Peach to discuss photography and digital asset management along with fellow photographer Eden Connell. Below is the recording from the second episode. Episode Two [44:28]: This week we discuss specific programs including Phase One Media Pro, Adobe Lightroom and Extensis … Read more

Radio 88.7FM interview

A few weeks ago I was invited by David Peach onto a local radio show to discuss photography and digital asset management along with fellow photographer Eden Connell. We discussed many topics including DAM best practise and protecting photographers rights. Here’s a recording from the show. Episode One [51:04]: A basic overview of Digital Asset Management, why … Read more