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TeeMack

DeSoto, United States

Contributing Photographer of the 2010-2013 “Art of the Car Concours” Car Show at the Kansas City Art Institute. /...

Journal

"Like what you do and do what you like".

One of the things I’ve tried to do, is link my photos with various web sites. I guess it suits my ego to get so many nice comments and to learn who is looking at my photographs. I am curious about where people live who spend time searching the internet to view what I have photographed. A great example of this is, is what I’ve done on YouTube. I’ve got about 11 slide videos on YouTube. It just fascinates me on the number of people who take the time to watch one of my slide videos. If you are so inclined, here is a list of those slide videos on YouTube. Let me know if you enjoy them as others have.…

Soc Trang, Vietnam 1966 to 1968 Part 1
http://youtu.be/HASBPmRA9L8

Soc Trang, Vietnam 1966 to 1968 Part 2
http://youtu.be/q50FDM-Tpt8

Soc Trang, Vietnam 1966 to 1968 Part 3
http://youtu.be/

Vantage Point

I didn’t realize what other people were seeing until I bought a new laptop computer. I viewed my recent photo/art work on the laptop and realize it was different than what I was seeing on my home computer. Are we really seeing what the artist/photographer is seeing? Or, are we seeing what our computer limits are seeing? The limits of older computer equipment really show up when comparing 3 year old equipment to the laptops of today. I thought that everyone was seeing what I was seeing on my computer. The question comes down to vantage point. From my vantage point, one of my photo/art looks great. The color’s are right on. But, when you see my photo/art, printed or on a different computer, it changes. Resolution limits what the artist/photographer see on there computer. Do we ru…

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