A random sampling of DDs I've set.
Floral Still Life: Materials and Longevity
The Ghazal: An Introduction
GENERAL PHOTOGRAPHY ON dA
Gallery Structure: Digital Darkroom
Gallery Structure: Traditional Darkroom
Wedding Journalism vs Wedding Portraiture
Good Subject versus Good Photograph
Focus: Still Life
Focus: People and Portraits
Focus: Humor, Fireworks, Miscellaneous
ABCs OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Acadian Coffee Cake
The Writer and the SwitchbladeOf course he had a lighter. Most traveled men do – it’s part of the pack of essentials any lot knows to take with him when tramping the grounds beyond his doorstep: a lighter, a knife, a compass, a bundle of rope, a hookshot, a can of precooked beans, a harmonica, and a pint of the good stuff for when the going gets tough. He had a lighter in hand, I saw, and I spied the hilt of a knife clipped to his belt toward the small of his back: a proper and polite degree of warning to any passersby. However, his clean-shaven chin, expensive watch, and smooth-pressed jacket all spoke to a more scholarly aspect: a boy fresh out of school looking for adventure in deeper waters. His eyes, a youthful green, bore all the shrewdness of a ten year-old child and just as much lack of experience. His hands fiddled idly with the lighter’s switch, making it click on and off in perfect imitation of any rough-and-tumble fellow seen on the big screen, and, seeing this, I knew quite instantly
I'm the picture-taking former Gallery Moderator for Photography who proselytized about pringles, pandas and polaroids. I'm a once-upon-a-time lit kid who's had a poem published here and there.|
I was around the site, dAmn and IRC on a few other accounts on and off since late 2001, most notably `IBinsanity, where I probably left you with a very favourable first impression.