Posts Tagged "counselor"

Too Many Damn Experts

Posted in Brain Stew

With the growth in Social Media, it seems that the growth in the number of experts has also increased dramatically. it seems that so many of the photography Facebook pages/groups are suddenly the ones who set guidelines for someones else’s creative expressions. In fact a lot of my post on The Photography Experience are the result of some “expert” telling photographers the way it is to be done. Such as in the sRGB vs Adobe RGB debate, there actually is not one correct answer since so much of it depends on the users knowledge and workflow. As I just read earlier about an article entitled “10 of the most common editing mistakes” and just about puked at the writers attitude that his feelings are the way it is and anything else is incorrect. I know that the whites of eyes are not stark white, but if I want to present an image with bright whites in the eyes, then thats what I wanted to do. I don’t care for full blown HDR, but dammit, if I like it, then thats my choice for presentation. Fact is that thousands HDR images full of super color saturation are posted on Facebook everyday, and people love them. And Oh My Gosh… no...

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Monsters In The Closet

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During FDR’s Inaugural address he pinned the famous quote "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself", and I am here today to drive that point home for you. As a child did you fear the dark, think monsters were in the closet or under the bed. Or even now as an adult, do you work with someone you know who is a monster at work but a real charmer at social functions, church and other places outside of the workplace? Or maybe you live with some other types of fears that actually control your life. Of course you are going to respond that you have fears, but they don’t control your life. Let me tell you this… if you have any fears at all, then they in fact do control your life in some way. Since fear is simply an emotion, then we already have the first key in unlocking its mystery. And to be exact, lets look at websters definition of fear. fear |fi(?)r| noun An unpleasant emotion caused by the belief that someone or something is dangerous, likely to cause pain, or a threat. The likelihood of something unwelcome happening This can be or not always is an emotion or feeling that is taken...

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