Does it have to be zero sum? When you are part of a zero sum game then either you benefit or someone else benefits. Either I have the ball or you have the ball. I win, you lose. I don’t think that is how it needs to work.
The 4H used to be part of the larger Flemington Fair which was the big Hunterdon County event from 1848 until 1999 when it ceased. The historic fair grounds soon morphed into a Walmart. Not to be thwarted, several members of the Hunterdon County Board of Agriculture formed a committee to continue the local exhibition of 4-H and agricultural displays. (http://www.hunterdoncountyfair.com/general/history). I used to be more interested in the rides and the sideshow when my parents took me to the […]
This is mushroom season and it is a good year for you if like growing in the woods on damp soil, rotting wood and other lovely residential villas. This is a particularly cool species foound on an old log in the forests of PA. Crown Tip Coral Fungi Artomyces pyxidata (Clavicorona pyxidata) Yup, you can eat it.
The owner of Galassos Pizza, Joe Galasso, watches as firefighters dowse the smokey remains of his life’s work. My building is just two doors down and has been hit with fires more than once itself, once in 1940 and another just a few years ago. Nothing is permanent and everything is fragile.
Here is a question many of us face on a regular basis, would you rather keep your nose to grindstone or just jump off a bridge?
Freelancers don’t work for anyone. Freelancers works for anyone. A gig is a gig. If you do work to earn money then you do things that people pay you for. If you have a job you are working to earn money for yourself and someone else. It’s a job. If you are a freelancer you are earning money so you can continue doing what you do. Working for someone else, having a job, has it’s benefits. Ideally, your company values […]
OK, yeah, so it was 1982 in the photo office of the Fort Pierce News Tribune, in between assignments. I guess I thought I could grow a beard (nice try). It’s funny what you may come across when digging through archives. Like most people, I often wonder what will become of all the digital photos I’ve been compiling for the past 15-16 years.
Do you stitch together 180 degree images to create photospheres? (Doesn’t everyone?) Here is how to modify the metdata to make them work on Facebook posts: http://tophermcculloch.com/2016/06/make-photo-work-360-photosphere-facebook/ Thank you Christopher McCullock for posting this for all us photosphereographers.
If you are like me, cell phone photos just don’t cut it. Sure, cell phones are handy and fit in your pocket a lot better than a DSLR with a 24-70mm lens and flash unit (unless you have REALLY big pockets), but the versatility just ain’t there. I rarely posted to my Instagram account because it was kind of a chore to transfer files then do the upload thing. Then I came across a great article by Sharon Profis (www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-post-to-instagram-from-a-computer/). […]