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July 26, 2007

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Craig Persel

Good to have you back in the PAD!!! Can't wait to see your work on a more consistent basis. I think you have hit the nail on the head in that following a PAD structure puts your mind in a photographic framework that keeps the juices flowing. There are creative days and flat days, but - in my opinion - it keeps the process and evolution moving. I also gave myself room to not feel overly pressured to post something everyday, 100% of the time. That little bit of space takes some pressure off and makes space for more creative thinking.

BTW: If - during your "lazy" time you actually learn French ... tell me the secret (unless it involves a lot of hard work). :-) Living six years in a French speaking city and hoping for osmosis hasn't gotten me too far. :-)

BishopB

Look forward to your posts in PAD and if the image for the 23rd is any indication...watch out PBase! Best regards...Bishop

Tory Burch

Imagine my surprise when I woke up this morning and saw a photo posted in my Pbase PAD gallery. I must not be dead, just on hiatus. Oh well, back to blogging about photography. Next up...feedback from a pro.

Tory Burch Outlet

It seems to me, if I have something that I think there is enough "fire" to blog about--then an WTF is a good thing to do with it.

Microsoft Office

Ah well your comment! I did you good!

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