Funny approaches how photographer community handles the question: How many photographers it takes to replace a light bulb?
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I borrowed this expression from a (video)blogger colleague Uncle Joe to wsih you all a happy new year rich in good news and success: Happy News Year!
The first iPod was introduced by Apple exactly 9 years ago (was it in 2010 when the post was originally written). Since then it reformed many times the world of portable music players. What practically started with the announcement of the Sony Walkman 30 year ago. Strange coincidence to announce the end of Walkman on the ninth birthday of the iPod. By the way, did anyone think they still make Walkmans?
It seems to be a surprising idea, as public transportation also lives troubled times and even strikes. But it seems being a bus driver has a better return on investment ratio than being a photographer.
It is a common question every year what christmas present to buy to our friends fond of photography. What, where, how and for how much? Or why not that?
Flash news: I had a minorr accident in Rome. It almost became serious, but I got away with it luckily. Nothing more than a short fight happened. I can thank God for it! Details later…
There are a lot of things to agree and a lot to criticise what Ken Rockwell wrote about the seven levels of photographers. One thing is…
Despite the very funny video below says you have the Visa for every problem, I ran into the problem many times in UK that I couldn’t pay with my Visa. The most annoying part is the ATM machines don’t even give a clue why they reject my card, just don’t accept it. There is some machine that lets me draw money and there is another one that doesn’t. I’ve been trying the same procedure in a few places from Slovakia to Lithuania but until now I had no problem anywhere with my Visa card yet, only in the UK. It reinforces my habt of saying that island is a different world…
As it could be expected, after a few days of active workout (daily 14-16 hours almost without any break) of weight camera lifting I have my muscles in shape – not as good a shape as on the picture here. This one was taken at a body building competition.
It is not the first time and perhaps not the last either Budapest to greet a president of the USA. Visit of George W. Bush in the city will be memorable for me. Not only because it is connected to the commemoration events of the 1956 uprising, but because it was the first time I had a chance to photograph the president of the USA and the first lady – but not the last time to this either.