Some interesting ideas from the excellent Paul Marshall Potter in this piece with relation to space and presentation.
2013 was, we are told the year of the ‘selfie’, basically a self portrait taken with a smartphone or tablet and bunged on the interweb for millions to drool over. Interestingly there’s some research that shows that if you are looking at some kind of text on a web page or social networking service and there’s no image associated with the text, people have less trust toward that information.The picture of the photographer/author/subject is in effect a key to authenticity or belief in the information itself. That’s why I tend to put pictures on the blog. I can rabbit on as much as I like, but a picture speaks a thousand words, and if I’ve done something I can show I’ve done it, Even if its crap.
I’ve not had an update on here for a month or so now, so apologies for that, the blog has now had…
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