Monthly Archives: August 2013

I’d like to make a comment…

I consider myself a very positive person who loves to motivate and nurture others to do their best. Amongst my Facebook friends and Twitter followers I am generally upbeat and will tell people how awesome they are, their photo is, and how great their news is. On other sites like LinkedIn or news media sites, […]

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Smart phone technology and social media impact on photography

Hands up everyone who’s noticed a different kind of Facebook feed of the visual kind? There are more photos than ever before featuring on my timeline; in fact some research suggests that Facebook has the highest numbers of photos uploaded daily, around 250 million. This new trend is been driven by youth and brands. It’s […]

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Citizen journalism enhancing new media

Last weekend I participated in the Sydney City2Surf. Its been quite a while since I ran this race, so long in fact that the last time I ran with an iPod and a cell phone. Not a iPhone, Smart Phone, iPad or GoPro. My, how things have changed.

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The pitfalls of posting on social media

I rarely read a printed paper these days and as I looked over the shoulder of a friend at work, casually flipping through the pages of the Daily Telegraph, a particular article caught my eye. Phillip Carr, a promotions agent took a photo of himself unexpectedly while tagging @ByronBayCookies. The problem was, his mistaken selfie […]

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