- Nov 7, 2001
i am in no danger of quitting my day job...
Don't downplay it. Surely you've heard size doesn't matter.it's gonna be pretty small, though (1/16th of a page or so).
Photographers always have an inferiority complex about size. Lens size, camera size, sensor size, aperture size, print size... It's all we can talk about.Don't downplay it. Surely you've heard size doesn't matter.
I have, and don't call me ShirleyDon't downplay it. Surely you've heard size doesn't matter.
What's wrong with being called Shirley?I have, and don't call me Shirley
I'm sorry, It is somehow impossible for me to not make this joke, as poor in taste as it may be..
there was a call out for a Neil Young shot that one of the photo editors mailed to a list of people, one of whom i know. he knew i shot neil and forwarded the email to me, and i got in touch from there. hopefully i'll be added to the distribution list esp as i've dealt w/ the same person before (i sold an Espers photo to her when she worked @ acoustic guitar mag).Photographers always have an inferiority complex about size. Lens size, camera size, sensor size, aperture size, print size... It's all we can talk about.
Congrats, narlus! Did you submit work to them or were you contact about it?
It's kind of a faggy name and is relative to some tatted up redneck that is in love with Carrot Top.What's wrong with being called Shirley?
What's wrong with being called Shirley?
Jesus Christ you are dense sometimes. :biggrin:
you have to ask?
see post #9Congrats dude.
Is this your first time getting published ?
he knew i shot neil
that's funny...those shots were taken by my buddy Jason. he goes to Northeastern and i met him in '97 @ various shows in boston. he landed a co-op job between semesters @ rolling stone, and will be back in town in Sept i think. we were just comparing notes on Boris; he hopes to have some of those shots in a print issue (apparently David Fricke was there to review the show).Congrats. You should be a staff photog there. Seriously.
We got some pics in rollingstone.com (but not the print version)
Your pics were better though. Next time make sure yours get in there, slacker!
Sort of the print version of MTV. Everything BUT music. I stopped reading it years agowait... wut??!!!!
Rolling Stone has musical artists in it now days?!!!
I thought it was a dumbed-down political activist version of Newsweek with bigger pages for the impaired..