True photoblogging



Sgt. Stryker points out how some of us don't understand what photoblogging really is:

Taking pictures of your cat or a tree isn't photoblogging, it's just taking a picture and posting it to the web. This is photoblogging:

This makes me laugh every time I see it - it must be because it's true. It's even more funny for me because of the many days I spent working on my ImageInfo plugin - basically a photoblog 'taking a picture and posting it to the web' plugin.

Stryker's photoblog entry really is a picture - I ran it through my ImageInfo plugin just to see what EXIF data was in it. The picture was taken at 04/18/2004 00:21:59 with a FujiFilm FinePix A205 camera.

This is just too dang funny!!


And now the whole world knows about my crappy little camera.

I think you seriously over-estimate the readership of this weblog if posting something here automatically means 'the whole world knows'.

If it makes you feel any better, we have a Sony Cybershot DSC-P51 digital camera. It isn't anything to brag about either, but it gets the job done. (If it doesn't, I apologize - I wasn't trying to point out that you had a 'crappy' camera.)

What we've been wondering here: What material is your post written on?

Just a piece of printer paper.