Tagged: photography

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photos: Fröhliche Weihnachten!

Isn’t he so adorable for the 5 seconds I got him to sit still? This was one of about 15 photos, and the only one he’d stay for. He knows the stay command, but he just wasn’t into it. With...

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news photos: politics is a force of nature

I thought this was an odd picture on the cover of today’s Express with the quick blurb about the Prez-elect picking a nominee for the Dept. of the Interior, but I couldn’t figure out why. It just came to me....

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on metro: Reverse Psychology?

This could almost be viral marketing for the film What Would Jesus Buy?, except that it would be a little late. I saw this on the train this morning, stuck into a barrier near the train door. I would have...

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in DC: the picture I didn’t take

I’m sure we all could create just as many entries as there are over on Unphotographable about the pictures we didn’t take, but one I didn’t take this morning triggered a memory from years ago. I was waiting on the...

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the world is not such an awesome place

One of the issues lately that really makes my blood boil is Photographers’ Rights. The idea that taking a photograph makes someone a terrorist is just stupid. And giving someone (usually a rent-a-cop) the arbitrary power to question and/or detain...

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Light, Refracted.

A small coffee break to post about the rainbow we got in DC after a quick shower moved through the city. I looked out my window and saw the perfect unbroken double arc outside. So I naturally grabbed my camera...

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“It wasn’t in a skanky way.”

After seeing all the hubbub over the Vanity Fair photospread featuring Miley Cyrus, I meant to post this last night. One of the concerns seems to be that “maturity” and sexual awareness keeps shifting to a younger generation. I’ve only...

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Hello, Pretty-Pretty…

I love the smell of kitsch and PR in the morning! I had dinner with Moose last night and bad movies came up, as they always will, and while he and I are a bit at odds over whether Barbarella...

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Vinyl isn’t dead…

It lives on as interesting photography projects! The sleeveface pool on flickr has a lot of great photos of people posing with album covers completing the facial or other portions of their bodies. [from Boing Boing] I’ve never participated in...