ordpress has beaten it out of me. After yesterday’s fiasco I think I’ll go back to simple things because WordPress really doesn’t like photographers.
Instead of fostering community growth and spirit by suggesting we work together on projects, they want writers to use Upsplash if they need photographs.
Upsplash is a portal. Photographers upload their work. If a user needs a picture, they find it, use it with no payment or credit line.
Even worse, if the user makes modification to the image, the copyright flows to them.
It’s licensed robbery.
Young photographers are so anxious to get noticed that they see this as a way to build up clients and tear sheets.
If your name isn’t seen, you don’t get noticed.
In fact, it would be very easy to go to Upsplash, cull the best pictures, download them, modify them ever so slightly and stick my copyright information on the images.
Hmmm…. I’d never have to leave my house again.
But, that would be boring.
hat little quarter moon is what caught my attention. It was really hard to photograph, which is why some of the trees look a little soft.
But, the moon is sharp and that’s what matters to me.
For sure, there was some editing going on here. I did what I often do. Instead of adding colors, I remove the mid tones to reveal the colors hiding in the gray fog.
That’s what you are looking at.
was done writing, thinking less is more.
Apparently, WordPress is watching or scanning Storyteller.
They fixed the problem of the jumping cursor.
I complained here, not directly to WordPress.