I went into the water as I flew the DJI Phantom 4 overhead for a moody dusk sunset livestream. I captured a few photos of us from different angles. This was stitched from 3 separate photos. Can you see Kennedy and me?
What a joy to be able to see this photo and bow my head in gratitude at what I am blessed to call home on Tampa Bay, in Apollo Beach, Florida. Kennedy and I went into the water as I flew the DJI Phantom 4 overhead for a moody dusk sunset livestream. I captured a few photos of us from different angles. This was stitched from 3 separate photos. Can you see Kennedy and me?
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As I always say, “Artificial Intelligence cannot fix Natural Stupidity!” Siri can’t fix Lazy, Stupid or UnderEducated.
What a great photo this is that I just had to Share and comment on. I LOVE the photo for its tongue in cheek humor, implied sexuality, obvious voyeurism & exhibitionism and innuendo. Plus, I love the grammar lesson too that so many need. See the bottoms of the shoes.
Now we need a photo that explains the difference between DON’T and DOESN’T which so many people are too oblivious or don’t seem to know.
Even worse, some blame ‘auto-correct’ when, in fact, if they even type DOESNT without the apostrophe, auto-correct would fix that to DOESN’T.
As I always say, “Artificial Intelligence cannot fix Natural Stupidity!” Siri can’t fix Lazy, Stupid or UnderEducated. 🙂
The funny thing is how native English speakers would make fun of foreigners or foreign-born people, especially low-income immigrants, for their accents or supposed poor English.
These days it is foreign-born people who still speak proper English compared to the bast majority of my fellow Americans. On top of that, almost every year it is always immigrant minority kids that win major spelling competitions.
I do not see things getting any better for the standards of education, including English, what to say of Maths and Science, with Donald Trump in the White House and his ignorance-embracing mindset and policies that make George W. Bush seem like a genius.
What do you think?
…there will always be unappreciative and ungrateful clients in every field….
Some photographer posted in a FaceBook group about a model hurting their feelings by saying the photos they took (including location, hair, makeup) weren’t worth more than $10 each. I think a dozen people commented on that post.
As I clicked to post my response on the original post it disappeared. Maybe the original poster deleted their post. I’m just sharing my “comment” here for everyone, as there will always be unappreciative and ungrateful clients in every field.
I wrote: “Most people do not appreciate intangible expertise or subtle specialization or soft services nor put real monetary value on it.
They’ll pay a plumber $200 for fixing a $100 leaky toilet but will have a heart attack paying $300 for cloud & technology or management consulting advice they hit you up for regarding their million dollar business.
I haven’t seen the work the original poster did but assuming it was well done I’d say, go with the attitude, “Yes, the photos were worth just $10 each because the ungrateful model wasn’t worth more. 😋“
…a very windy and stormy day’s sunset, but the dramatic cloud cover and the fiery colors made it beautiful…
…on some days, like today. I was able to enjoy a stunning Long Island south shore sunset that is comparable to the average great Tampa Bay sunset…
As I recently saw this cruise ship leaving the Port Of Tampa approaching the great ball of fire we call the Sun, as it set over the Tampa Bay horizon, I took several photos.
The more things change, the more they remain the same. Or say they say.
I remember in the early days of the Internet how animated GIFs were so popular because they were one of the few ways of showing movement or multiple images in the era of very limited bandwidth. As the Internet’s largest use became web sites (in addition to email) animated GIFs tended to fall off the horizon, no pun intended.
Now, suddenly they are all the rage again, for some time. Ironically, it is still not easy to make quality animated GIFs, or to share them. FaceBook does not let you upload them, but finally is letting you see them if they are linked from somewhere else. Flickr, that was sleeping while Instagram took over the masses’ photo craze market, makes it possible to upload animated GIFs, but the last time I checked they will NOT display, unless you include a separate link to one of the other size versions that Flickr offers.
That is why, even though I have been doing Internet video from the time the first release of QuickTime with my then amazing top of the line Apple PowerMac 110 AV, creating postage stamp sized video movies. That has given way to my moving into creating some of the first 4K 3D videos, in addition to other things like time lapse music videos, and more in photography, like 360 and 360×360 spherical panoramas, etc. But Animated GIFs were not a priority.
As I recently saw this cruise ship leaving the Port Of Tampa approaching the great ball of fire we call the Sun, as it set over the Tampa Bay horizon, I took several photos. They were taken handheld, not on a tripod, so they could not be totally accurately framed, but I managed to make this as my first official animated GIF.
Now the question is to see how many people can see it on Blogger, and on other platforms.