BCR073: on Kenneth Cole, twitterstorms and superb photography

by Lee Hopkins on February 4, 2011 · 4 comments

in bcr pod/vidcast

Kenneth Cole let rip a very unsound tweet this week, but had the grace to very quickly apologise. Stupidly, he deleted the tweet, but in this age of Google and a million observant eyes (and SnagIt), the tweet lives on.

Click to read more about the Kenneth Cole tweet fiasco

Also, a quick review of a fabulous book by Michael Freeman called The Photographer’s Eye: Composition and Design for Better Digital Photos. Brilliant not only for photographers but for anyone interested in making their art (be it digital, paper-based or on canvas) that much more appealing.

BCR073–4th Feb 2011
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    Nice book too. I checked it out at Dymocks.

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    Thanks for the tweet tips – sorry about the alliteration. I think Kenneth Cole produces nice watches and shoes, but tacky tweets. They should stick to the former not the latter.

  • http://www.LeeHopkins.net/ Lee Hopkins

    I’m still making my way through it, but already by page 8 I had solved a puzzle to do with one of my paintings and why it didn’t ‘feel’ right :)

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