My life as a photographer.
In the last week:
2 stolen photos: - 1 with no credit (to 1MM followers), the other with completey WRONG credit, and the 3rd, the only one who actually asked (but didn’t have funds to pay me) misspelled my name.
So tired of this.
We are thrilled to see the Biden Administration take immediate actions to combat climate change—reducing emissions, prioritizing environmental justice, and protecting 30% of public lands by 2030. REI looks forward to partnering on policies that improve the outdoors. #30x30
After photographing the inauguration here in DC, I've spent the week just enjoying sitting still in an apartment gifted to me during my stay. This weekend, I will be driving back to Atlanta to handle a couple things before heading west to get back to work on this photo project.
Here is a world in which the secret seems to be crying aloud but I cannot hear it. Days spent thinking about this photograph that pictures itself and leaves everything else in a blur. A partial thing that is complete but leaves room for newcomers. Andreas Gursky; Rheinn II; 2011.
Fun fact: The worlds most expensive photograph is photoshopped.
President Biden could move quickly against Energy Transfer’s Dakota Access pipeline in the wake of a new court decision affirming the need for more review.
Did the math. At $75, I would need to sell 214 prints to cover the cost of my photography equipment alone. Not counting labor, gas, insurance etc. When people complain about fairly priced photographs (unsigned), it’s because they have no realistic idea of cost to create it.
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