In the event you haven’t had enough of the discussion around Free here are some interesting links that I’ve found or have been pointed out to me by my blog readers. With all the “free” information out there its time for you to determine if Chris Anderson is selling the Emperor’s new clothes or not. A conversation with Chris Anderson of Wired Magazine – Charlie Rose Chris Anderson o
The past couple of weeks I’ve enjoyed the following articles, blog posts, podcasts and videos. I thought I’d pass them on to be enjoyed by those who check in to my blog regularly. Enjoy! Earth Hour This past Saturday was Earth Hour, an event to highlight the worldwide need to address global warming. Landmarks, city skylines, local communities and individuals dimmed non-essential lights or turned them out
My schedule has been rather impacted as of late limiting my blog reading, but here are a few links worthy of your reading / viewing. Project: Action and Preset Extravaganza – Epic Edits The project is all about creating Photoshop actions or Lightroom presets with the intent of generating a free resource comprised of all the project entries. Neil Cowley from Make Light Real is the sponsor and judge. There are o
Bush Administration Moves to Gut Endangered Species Act With months left in the Bush presidency an effort is underway to undermine and severely weaken the Endangered Species Act. If this is as unacceptable to you as it is to me then I urge you to take action and write your U.S. Representative and Senators urging them to oppose this legislation. The Economics of Conservation “Gretchen Daily wants to protect the
Copyright News That Seemed To Go Unnoticed – Ruling Is a Victory for Supporters of Free Software Although this focuses on “free software”, rather open source licenses via Creative Comomons, photographers should take note. If you use Creative Commons licenses for your work that are Attribution Only you’ll breath a little easier knowing that the licenses are indeed enforceable. Had this ruling g
The Internet has proven to be a blessing and a curse for photographers. This week video related content takes the top two spots of this weeks Speedlinks. Interviews that would not have been as easily accessible only a couple of years ago are now only a click away… What Make’s Photographers Click? – PixChannel (via A Photo Editor) A collection of interviews from a variety of top notch photographers.
Chris Jordon discusses his socially conscious photography and photographic art installations. Chris Jordon Presentation Video – TED Just when you thought you had the kick-ass setup at home or in your office Chase shows off a pimped photography van he had the opportunity of using on one of his last photography assignments. Chase Jarvis SHORTS: Pimped Photography Van – Chase Jarvis Another reminder why bein
This past week was an exceptionally busy week for me, but with in the cracks of free time in my schedule I found some great articles. The following are a mixture of articles from some of my favorite web sites and magazines. Enjoy! Green Photographic Papers – Graf Nature Photography Mark Graf discusses an interesting article buy Dr. Joe Zammit-Lucia on Green-In-Print, a guide to environmentally friendly choices