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For those not in the know, I entered a contest with Ted and The Art of Photography podcast a few weeks ago. During the podcast this week he gave me a bit of a shout out (and some great words regarding my work to boot).
It looks like the youtube link doesn’t have his fancy intro on it (but you shouldn’t be watching this podcast just for me), but if you download the podcast through iTunes I promise you its there (I’m going to try and gather the little blurb as well for all of you here to see).
Thanks again for dropping by! More great things will be coming soon!
Edit 12/10/2013: Here we go, that wasn’t near as hard as I thought it would be.
I’ll admit I haven’t been doing a lot of shooting these last few weeks. With the holidays approaching I find that a lot of my time has been taken up with getting things ready.
I have also been applying for a new day job, something a little closer to utilizing my skills as a creative/photographer.
I appreciate all of you still taking the time to check up on and like my works. I promise more will be coming very soon.
In the mean time I would like to let you all know that I have become part of a really cool organization. Follow them on Facebook: Black Bird Magazine, or for you diehard Tumblrs click here. I was approached via Tumblr to possibly become a part of their team and contribute some photos and written articles. I jumped at the chance and am so glad I did.
This is going to be a bit of a long one, probably the longest non-educational photographer blog entry ever written, but just stick with it. It’ll all make sense.
So some of you if you have checked out the Underexposed website may have noticed that I have three separate blogs that I am all maintaining at the same time. Honestly its a bit much all of the time. However there is a method to my madness, and I hope to shine some light on that in this blog post.