Steve Jobs was a man who changed the way that many of us work and communicate, in an exciting way. He gave us an alternative, one that made you feel as though using a computer, smartphone, tablet or MP3 player could actually be a rewarding experience.
I read something last week that I felt was rather unfair, if not a bit of a blinkered view. I read someone's blog, who was saying, with no small amount of condescension, that someone who makes their living teaching photography is not a professional photographer, but I would counter that, by asking "does it really matter?" In this day and age, photography has achieved a level of popularity, higher than it has ever previously enjoyed. From the millions who use their mobile phones to record their lives, right through to the newly emerging professionals