July 31, 2007

Great black & white, New York at night, & more

Posted by John Nack at 7:15 AM on July 31, 2007

Comments

  • PR PRO — 8:07 AM on July 31, 2007

    Could we have a little less of the same links and content that have already appeared on most websites and more of the great Adobe insights? Thanks.
    [No, though I’m glad you like the Adobe-specific stuff. As for the rest, I share what I find interesting and inspiring, and others seem to like it. –J.].

  • Domi — 9:41 AM on July 31, 2007

    “on another rugby-related note” isn’t rugby, it’s the beautiful game, back when keepers didn’t need gloves. Incidentally, it was football that did for Munkácsi, it seems.
    [Gah! Thanks for the info. Shows you how much most of us Americans follow either sport (though I did play fútbol back in the day). –J.]

  • felix — 9:49 AM on July 31, 2007

    one of the best NYC night photographers is here: http://www.overshadowed.com
    [Groovy; I’ll check it out. Thanks. –J.]

  • Alex — 11:52 AM on July 31, 2007

    John, absolutely keep up the good work. I rely on you for what’s what in the world every day. You’re inspiring, and better than the New York Times (well almost better). I would have to set aside 3 hours a day to get what you give in your dailies.
    [Solid–thanks, Alex. –J.]

  • Pedro Estarque — 12:16 PM on July 31, 2007

    Could we have a little less of the same links and content that have already appeared on most websites and more of the great Adobe insights?
    Some people have the ability to “filter” the web and post what they find interesting, and I think John is one of those.
    I could never do it, I basically browse the same sites everyday unless I’m doing some research.
    I find the content amazing and eclectic. It is just as relevant and bleeding edge, such as metadata editing or the discussion as to whether the web should be color managed or not, as it is poetic and ludic.
    I have to stop my self from posting “great links !!!” every day, because of the quality and abundance of them, or I would end up sounding redundant and apple-polisher.
    [Aw, shucks; thanks, Pedro! –J.]

  • Chris G — 8:19 PM on July 31, 2007

    I don’t think your entries are redundant really, I read ever day because I know there will be something new and different. Plus, I still really find it totally cool that John is on the team that makes arguably the best photo editing package out there! I know this sounds weird, but I feel like I “know” an Adobe employee- heh

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