Monthly Archives: February 2012

When i was shooting some photos earlier this evening, a lady walked by and as she…

When i was shooting some photos earlier this evening, a lady walked by and as she passed me she asked, "Are you taking a photo? How can you shoot when it's so dark?" I said there's light here and I'm shooting with a long exposure. She looked at me suspiciously. I asked, "Would you like to see what I shot?" She said, "Yes."

I showed he the photo I had just shot and she said, "That's amazing. I didn't know you could do that." The she asked, "What kind of camera is that?" I said, "It's a Nikon."

She replied, "That's a really good camera." Then she walked on.

It was funny. No acknowledgement of my role in creating the photograph. To her it was all the camera, I was just a person pushing a button.

I get that a lot.

#Nikon #camera #photography #nightphotography

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The lack of technical knowledge and common sense of the government is frightening….

The lack of technical knowledge and common sense of the government is frightening. Since they don't have a clue and haven't bought one yet. Maybe they could try rent-to-own a clue. [shakes my head in frustration]

#politics #google #privacypolicy #washingtondc

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Google's new privacy policy: Washington's misguided interrogation | ZDNet
Even though the new policy doesn’t change how Google operates, lawmakers are using it as a springboard into an inquiry over user privacy.

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