Monday, April 27, 2009

Computer Clutz

If you have not yet noticed, I am a total clutz with computers. I posted a short note and a picture of a small study of my cat Picasso several days ago, before the Portrait Society Conference, or so I thought. Turns out it was in my drafts section still. So, I have just posted it for real and it is sandwiched in between other previous posts. Go back to around April 14 or 16 to see this one.

I am not alone when it comes to being a clutz with technology. I thoroughly enjoyed a segment of the Portrait Society on Sunday morning, when Burton Silverman spoke and had some comical difficulties with the computerized projection equipment. Could this be an indication of my own genius laying dormant? Anyway, Mr. Silverman gave a very enlightening talk on the use of cameras and their impact or influence on portraiture. Thank you Mr. Silverman!

1 comment:

  1. Tell us more Linda....what were the main points Burt made at the PSA about the use of the camera in portraiture? Thanks! Linda H.