Bumper credit: Gledhill Back with more answers to more questions. One man, one opinion, take it for what it’s worth. I did not get through all the questions that have flown in over the past few months but I will, at some point. These Q&A films are what I refer to as stop-gap films, things I can do with very limited time. My goal of more complex, and perhaps more inspiring films, are on the back burner until I somehow find more time to work. (Not holding my breath.) Thank you to all of you who sent your questions.
Question one: 1:30, How about an AG23 update?
Question two: 4:00, Tell us more about box speed?
Question three: 7:58, How do you manage your digital archive?
Question four: 14:00, Is the real conversation about photography away from social and do agencies and clients also do this?
Question five: 19:30, If you could sit with any living photographer who would it be?
Question six: 23:00, How many prints are the right amount for a gallery show?”
Question seven: 25:21, What kinds of books do you buy and what are you missing?
Question eight: 27:00, Can photography be neutral and esthetic or will it always have aspects of protest or opinion?
Question nine: 28:39, How would you market and sell a Blurb book?
Question ten: 32:29, Do you think you should keep your best images from social media so they can be shared with revenue in mind or at a later date in book form?
Question eleven: 35:29, Do you have a favorite preset for Lightroom and who do you use the f/2 version of the Fuji lens instead of the 1.4 version?