Industry of One

Two of my friends from church (who are married to one another) have a website that I recently discovered, called Industry of One. In it, they explore different people’s personal style and work habits – two topics that interest me greatly. And it’s accompanied by terrific photography. Reading the website made me think of a [Read More...]

Photobombing Frog

This isn’t particularly erudite or thoughtful or insightful, but it did make me chuckle and feel a bit bad: frog photobombs NASA launch. [Read more...]

Image Capture

My friend Tyler has a post over at Image Journal’s Good Letters blog, in which he talks about bringing his camera into Robben Island prison in South Africa. His reflections are wise, and worth reading: And I wonder what is really going on when we point a camera at a home that is not ours, [Read More...]

At Your Favorite Restaurant . . . Hey, Put Away that Camera!

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I read a fascinating little story in a recent edition of the New York Times. Helene Stapinksi reports in “Restaurants Turn Camera Shy” that growing numbers of restaurants are no longer allow patrons to photograph their food. That’s right, no more quick pics to post on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or Instagram. [Read More...]


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