These websites make data look good: http://www.informationisbeautiful.net/ http://www.visualcomplexity.com/vc/ http://infosthetics.com/ http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog
Just updated my portfolio on Jalbum, hit the links to see more: Miscellaneous Commissioned Urban Sport
Just read this about what you can and can’t use the D7000’s video for, via Ken Rockwell’s website. Not that I’m going to be shooting commercials anytime soon but it just shocked me that I hadn’t heard it before; the article basically says you can’t … Continue readingAnnoying…
So, to get anywhere doing this whole photography malarkey, I’m going to need a solid portfolio of personal work and to help this I’m going to need to do more projects where I focus a body of work on a particular subject, event, place etc. … Continue readingUpcoming Projects
Here are a few awesome websites that constantly inspire me creatively: www.boston.com/bigpicture – Amazing photo collections of recent news stories, covering everything from art to politics www.mymodernmet.com – Plenty of up to date photo and video content with blogs and forums to comment and discuss … Continue readingCreative websites
On a trip to Val Thorens in the Alps with Team GB snowboarder Jamie Barrow, we spotted a very do-able rock drop. After a test-run and some test shots, Jamie went for it. As he approached the drop my auto-focus decided to mess up so … Continue readingLucky shot…
I’ve got a job. It’s a good job, the pay isn’t bad, it’s in a pretty damn good location (Perth, Australia), the hours are fine and my colleagues are all nice.But it’s not what I want to be doing. It’s becoming gradually clearer to me … Continue readingTo shoot or not to shoot…?