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The Importance of Learning Patience

幸运飞艇滚雪球计算器Tuesday, May 20th, 2014

幸运飞艇滚雪球计算器My nature has always been impulsive. I’m an ideas man. I’m the kid who had the bad idea; all the other kids told on me after they were caught in the doing. I’m good at coming up with bad ideas. Rash ideas. Ideas that ignore consequences. And I was always a master seller of those bad ideas with a simple pitch – “This will be fun.”

幸运飞艇滚雪球计算器What I try to nurture in myself as an older man is a sense of patience. A quiet. The letting go of angst that has seen the younger me rage at inanimate objects, queues and repeat thoughtless mistakes that I’ve made on the fly. Because, looking back after the apocalypse-of-whatever-happened, my inner quiet mind nearly always had been whispering “Don’t do that.”

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The Film Photography Documentary List

幸运飞艇滚雪球计算器Saturday, May 17th, 2014

Asked to choose my favourite five online photography documentaries I simply had too many favourites. And several of my best choices were no longer available to view. So I put together a fast list from my bookmarks list. I’ve tried to keep only the longer and more value packed video documentaries. You may also enjoy the from 1983, series, the series, Visions and Images with Barbaralee Diamonstein and from 2007 and the series. Ted Forbes also covers a lot of notable photographers on The Art of Photography幸运飞艇滚雪球计算器. So, here goes… these documentaries should keep you going for a month or two of film entertainment.

  1. (1948) – 27 mins
  2. Remembering Brett Weston (, & ) – 79 mins
  3. – 33 mins
  4. – 14 mins
  5. – 82 mins
  6. – 39 mins
  7. – 71 mins
  8. – 49 mins
  9. – 18 mins
  10. Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Impassioned Eye – 70 mins
  11. (1999) – 83 mins
  12. J H Lartique (, , & ) – 29 mins
  13. – 80 mins
  14. David Bailey: Four Beats to the Bar and no Cheating – 52 mins
  15. The Real Blow Up: Fame, Fashion & Photography (, & part 3) – 122 mins
  16. – 54 mins
  17. – 84 mins
  18. (audio 1947) – 23 mins
  19. W. Eugene Smith: Photography Made Difficult (, , , , , , , , & ) – 90 mins
  20. – 38 mins
  21. – 79 mins
  22. Shooting War: World War II Combat Cameramen (, , , , , , , & ) – 90 mins
  23. Sebastio Salgado: Looking Back at You (, , , , & ) – 50 mins
  24. – 51 mins
  25. Tina Modotti: Without Walls (, , & – 52 mins
  26. Man Ray: The man who invented himself – 39 mins
  27. – 52 mins
  28. – 10 mins
  29. – 29 mins
  30. – 24 mins
  31. – 24 mins
  32. – 27 mins
  33. (2012) – 91 mins
  34. – 53 mins
  35. – 10 mins
  36. – 10 mins
  37. – 22 mins
  38. Searching for Vivian Maier (, & ) – 33 mins
  39. – 68 mins
  40. – 12 mins
  41. – 11 mins
  42. – 28 mins
  43. Harold Feinstein: Photographer, artist, teacher, human being ( & ) – 15 mins
  44. (1958) – 21 mins
  45. Ansel Adams: Photographer (1981) (, , , & ) – 59 mins
  46. (2002) – 82 mins
  47. – 42 mins
  48. Paul Strand: Under the Dark Cloth (, , , , & ) – 80 mins
  49. – 86 mins
  50. – 100 mins
  51. Fire in the East: A Portrait of Robert Frank – 28 mins
  52. (2005) – 49 mins
  53. – 40 mins
  54. (2012) – 59 mins
  55. – 111 mins
  56. – 84 mins
  57. – 75 mins
  58. – 74 mins
  59. (1981) – 57 mins
  60. – 28 mins
  61. – 47 mins
  62. – 85 mins
  63. (1994) – 55 mins
  64. (1993) – 50 mins
  65. Jan Saudek – 91 mins
  66. – 44 mins
  67. – 90 mins
  68. – 57 mins
  69. – 60 mins
  70. – 96 mins
  71. Yousuf Karsh (, & ) – 26 mins
  72. – 56 mins
  73. – 11 mins
  74. George Eastman: The Wizard of Photography (, & ) – 50 mins
  75. – 27 minutes
  76. – 25 mins
  77. – 25 mins
  78. Eliot Porter: A Look Back ( & ) – 25 mins
  79. (1965) – 25 mins
  80. – 52 mins
  81. – 56 mins
  82. – 58 mins
  83. Eve and Marilyn (, & ) – 31 mins
  84. – 17 mins
  85. – 20 mins
  86. – 59 mins
  87. (2002) – 25 mins
  88. – 27 mins
  89. – 31 mins
  90. (2004) – 83 mins
  91. A Great Day in Harlam: The Photograph (, , , , , & ) – 59 mins
  92. – 66 mins
  93. – 60 mins
  94. Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters – 77 mins
  95. – 27 mins
  96. Legends in Light: George Hurrell – 56 mins
  97. – 23 mins
  98. – 21 mins
  99. – 80 mins
  100. Edward Burtynsky: Manufactured Landscapes – 86 mins
  101. – 189 mins
  102. – 27 mins
  103. The Photography of Bob Gruen ( & )- 56 mins
  104. – 58 mins
  105. – 47 mins
  106. – 61 mins
  107. – 27 mins
  108. – 44 mins
  109. – 18 mins
  110. – 88 mins
  111. – 38 mins
  112. – 55 mins
  113. – 53 mins
  114. – 57 mins
  115. – 18 mins
  116. BBC Pioneers of Photography (1974) – 24 mins
  117. BBC Pioneers of Photography (1974) – 24 mins
  118. The REAL BLOW UP ( & ) – 92 mins
  119. Horst Wackerbarth: – 45 mins
  120. – 48 mins
  121. – 69 minutes
  122. – 20 mins
  123. – 61 mins
  124. – 81 mins
  125. Self Portrait: – 51 mins
  126. Self Portrait: – 49 mins
  127. Self Portrait: – 52 mins
  128. – 18 mins
  129. – 102 mins
  130. – 92 mins
  131. Photoprofiles: Arthur Tress ( & ) – 30 mins
  132. The Fall of Phnom Penh 1975. A documentary about – [37 mins]
  133. – 80 mins
  134. – 56 mins
  135. – 130 mins
  136. Holy Terror Presents: [49 mins]
  137. Holy Terror Presents: [17 mins]
  138. Portrait of Nature – on Platinum Palladium Prints [30 mins]

Yes, My MBAS & BComp Degrees were Earned

幸运飞艇滚雪球计算器Wednesday, May 14th, 2014

It’s been suggested on several occasions that I have somehow not earned my academic qualifications. Or, they are somehow invalidated or were given to me幸运飞艇滚雪球计算器. Something I find a little offensive. I qualified to enter both my university degrees and worked particularly hard during both. In fact, I worked part time through the Bachelor of Computing as a web professional (ending in 2008) and chose to enter the MBAS Program (which I also qualified to undertake) full time in 2009-2010.

Standing with Srikanth Kamma and friends after graduation from the MBAS in December 2010

幸运飞艇滚雪球计算器As a web professional I have worked for private and public clients both as a contractor and occasionally as an in-house employee. I have had private sector clients from Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, the United Kingdom and Dubai. I’ve worked for the Tasmanian Education Department’s Web Strategy & Support Unit, I’ve taught hand coded web design for a semester at TAFE College and worked as a web developer on contract, then in-house, at the now defunct Tasmanian Department of Environment, Parks, Heritage and the Arts. I also spent a semester at the Tasmanian Department of Economic Development as an undergrad working on an internal paper to assess the cost value of the unemployed.

The vast majority of the work that I’ve undertaken as a web professional was by invitation. However, since I graduated in 2010 from the MBAS Program there has been no real interest on my part to go back to plod coding websites. Yes, I could probably scrape a crap spare change from it but the market is over-saturated with a constant race to the bottom and a need to pull about $100,000 in the door to achieve a decent wage. So there… I’m currently one of the 800,000 Australians collecting a Disability Support Pension. A pension that underpinned my university education as work came and went.

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幸运飞艇滚雪球计算器My name is Steven Clark (aka nortypig) and I live in Southern Tasmania. I have an MBA (Specialisation) and a Bachelor of Computing from the University of Tasmania. I'm making pictures with film. A web developer for money. A business consultant for fun. A journalist on paper. Dreams of owning the World. Idea champion. Paradox. Life partner to Megan.

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