My personality isn’t so exacting in every other sphere of my life, but when it comes to taking pictures the lighting, composition and focus are imperative. It doesn’t matter if I’m taking pictures with my Nikon D7000 or my iPhone 6 Plus. In every case, I want my photos to look as sharp and compelling as possible. I don’t always achieve this (as you’ll see with my crappy photos inside this article) but it’s always my goal.
The photo should engender an emotional response. It should elicit an emotion in the eyes of the viewer but most importantly it should tell a story.
My inbox is inundated with stupid offers to enlarge my penis and vexing invitations to date desperate dames in Russia.
The streets of New York City are replete with used Metrocards, cigarette butts and crumpled newspapers.
Junk is everywhere.
But one place I refuse to tolerate junk is my computer. I won’t stand for it and neither should you. A few days ago I showed you how to hack your way through the junkware jungle and today I’m going to arm you with even more tools to vanquish those unwanted offers.