Finally! study shows that toddlers are worse than terrorists!

toddler (Photo credit: fionnaigh)



From this article:


Should the Feds put cameras in every house to make sure toddlers aren’t going to kill their playmates? Such absurd questions are raised by a study that says toddlers killed more Americans than terrorists in 2013.

In the first part of this year, 11 people were killed by children aged three to six years old — more than the four people killed at the Boston Marathon bombing. Here’s the list via Stacie Borrello, and let it be said that each one of these cases is an unfathomably horrific tragedy.

Jan. 10: 6-year-old playmate shoots and kills 4-year-old Trinity Ross, Kansas City, Kan.


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It’s Tuesday. How about some distractions?


Today I’m working on 12 corporate head shots very similar to the one above. If you tell yourself, I’ve seen that background before on Jeremy’s shots, it’s because the company we’re working for wants that background.

And companies get what companies want.

For the most part, anyway.

Since we’re talking about photography, I thought I would recommend a couple of links about photography that might distract you, entertain you, or educate you.

Ming Thein wrote this piece that is insightful: Photography and psychology, part one: it’s all a mind game. I would like to use it as an inspiration for how I view it.

If you’ve ever wondered how to shoot manually on a camera, check this tool out from Canon. It’s a great introduction to shooting manual.

And just for some fashion inspiration, here’s a link for Jamie Beck’s blog: Ann Street Studio.