Recommended reading

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What's the Reason for the Season?On this eve of Christmas Eve, do you have time to read the blog posts I liked best all week? I barely had time to read them myself!

I almost never print my photographs. Tch, tch, says Andrew Tonn (writing for Field Photographer). He says that not only does it limit my ability to analyze my work to make it better, it shows a lack of commitment to the craft. Read Print Your Photos

Some time ago I wrote about the value of knowing when to quit (here). Nathan Kontny, writing for Signal v. Noise, offers the model he uses for helping determine how much he should resist quitting a thing. It’s a good one. Read Quitting

Dick Enberg died this week. If you ever watched sports on TV, you almost certainly have heard his voice — he worked for something like 50 years. Ken Levine met him a few times and has very nice words to say about this consummate professional. Read RIP Dick Enberg

A vignette about forgiveness and peace, by puneybonesRead A Better Way to Joy Ride

A bumper crop of camera reviews and experience reports:


6 responses to “Recommended reading”

  1. Frank Lehnen Avatar

    Thanks for the link Jim! Happy holidays

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      My pleasure, and merry Christmas!

  2. puneybones Avatar

    Hi Jim, thanks for the link! Merry Christmas!

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      You’re welcome, and same to you!

  3. J P Cavanaugh Avatar

    Dick Enberg was a graduate of IU’s sports broadcasting program. Having watched a son learn that craft I became aware of how much preparation goes into a game broadcast. Enberg was truly one of the best.

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Yes, it’s surprising how much work it takes to be good on the air as a sports broadcaster!

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