Photographers, beware of this Image Rights grab. Read the article by Fair Trade Photographer, and always read the fine print in the terms & conditions of contest and other photo upload deals. Your images may just end up being legally stolen.
From 1/14/2010 until 3/1/2010, 3scape Photos will be donating 50% of proceeds from any sales to the American Red Cross for Haiti relief efforts. Look through my photos on FineArtAmerica.com, let’s be generous to those in need.
You can also donate $10 directly to the Red Cross by texting “HAITI” to 90999.
Are you looking for a new camera? If I had the funding and spousal approval, I’d be buying myself a Canon EOS 7D to replace my not-so-old EOS 40D. It’s not that I need it, but it would be really nice! There are many great point-and-shoot options also, such as the new Powershot G11. Or if you need something even simpler that fits in your pocket, try the SD980 IS. Not a Canon fan like me? How about going with a Nikon SLR, the D5000 is a great entry level choice. A step up from there is the very capable D300S. Again, point and shoot options are always there too, like anything from the Coolpix line.
I’ll definitely be on the look out for a new BluRay player, particularly interested in the LG BD390 or Samsung BD-P3600. Although at current price points, I may also look at the Sony PS3. Oh, so many decisions!!
This isn’t website news, photo news, or music news… Ozzy is our new family member. We adopted this 1 year old (plus or minus a few months) Lab/Shepherd mix from a local animal rescue. After two days, he seems to be adjusting to the new home fairly well, although his encounters with the cat have been brief and less than enthusiastic. This “little” bundle of energy is really a lifestyle changer, but we’re glad to have brought him home.
Best wishes to all my visitors. Make a resolution this year – Help me save up for some gear upgrades. I’m currently saving up for a Canon 5D camera. Start today, buy some reasonably priced photos!
I just added a bunch of photos from my last kitchen renovation project. This was a huge undertaking that took me 7 weeks to complete. It was a complete gut job… after much toil and a few scrapes and bruises, I came out with a kitchen I can be proud of. Check out the latest in the Construction section.