MAYBE “ART” SHOULD BE A VERB, NOT A NOUN


HOW SHOULD WE DEFINE ART? Maybe “Art” Should Be A Verb, Not A Noun By Bill Dobbins http://www.billdobbinsphotography.com Humans are fond of using symbols for which there is no actual referent.  That is, using words to refer to things that don’t actually exist.  It would be hard to find real world examples of “dragon,” “unicorn”… Read More MAYBE “ART” SHOULD BE A VERB, NOT A NOUN

FEMALE MUSCLE: Where Feminism Has Failed Women


FEMALE MUSCLE: Where Feminism Has Failed Women By Bill Dobbins http://www.billdobbins.com The progress that women, primarily in western culture, have made since the latter half of the 19th century is amazing.  This is especially evident when you look at the status of women in parts of the world that have not gone through this evolutionary… Read More FEMALE MUSCLE: Where Feminism Has Failed Women

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY – THE IMPORTANCE OF POST-PROCESSING


    By Bill Dobbins http://www.billdobbinsphotography.com GOODBY AGE OF FILM The age of film as the primary medium of photography is over. Some photographers may still shoot photos on film – there are those who still make Daguerreotypes – but capturing images using some kind of electronic processing will be with us for the foreseeable… Read More DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY – THE IMPORTANCE OF POST-PROCESSING

LIGHTWEIGHT BODYBUILDING – NOT PHYSIQUE


  LIGHTWEIGHT BODYBUILDING – NOT PHYSIQUE Change The Standards, Save The Sport By Bill Dobbins
THE BODY PHOTOGRAPHER Lightweights and heavyweights together at the Ms. Olympia THE “NOT SO MUCH” CATEGORY The Ms. Olympia in 2014 featured these categories: bodybuilding, physique, fitness, figure and bikini. All of the standards for these different types of competition have been… Read More LIGHTWEIGHT BODYBUILDING – NOT PHYSIQUE