RIP Digital Photography (2000-2022)

I have a bold statement to make, but hear me out. It's a conclusion that comes as a result of this post from July 30. With the majority of people (perhaps not you if you are a photographer) no longer using dedicated digital cameras, point and shoot cameras, bridge cameras nor DSLRs, and exclusively now... Continue Reading →

“Photography Isn’t Fun Anymore!”

The words in the title were spoken to me by a very experienced, award-winning professional photographer and the photo editor at the newspaper where I worked for many years. He went on to say that photography is insignificant now.  The sheer quantity that is made and made available to see makes it less fun to... Continue Reading →

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