Discussion in 'Casual Photo Conversations' started by jcuknz, Feb 16, 2012.
You have to sign up for the NY Times to see the article. Even for free, and I don't know that it is, that makes it too expensive for me.
You boys have fun.
Nope. I can see it just fine (after getting past an annoying popup ad). I'm not signed up (as far as I can remember...).
These days you sign into one thing and you're already signed into another. If I'm logged into Gmail, I'm also logged into my Google+ account and a bunch of other stuff. Not sure if the NYT is part of any aglomeration that can be signed into via something else. I used to sign into hotmail, but now I have to sign in to MSN live, which probably signs me into a bunch of stuff which includes hotmail. Who knows where I'm logged in if I ever look at my Facebook account!
The NYT page gives me a login option, but the article is available without logging in, and since there's a login tab, I can only presume I'm not logged in via some other site. Otherwise it would have a logout tab!
Hmm. All I got was the log-in, otherwise nada.
Just tried again, same story. Ah well, eternal paranoia is the price of freedom from cookies, or whatever.
I also see it fine and no pop-up (thank you noscript).
Fine here, too, with no pop-up.
I have the figurative cellar and basement pretty well sealed off (one of my friends is a genuine computer paranoid and some of it has rubbed off). It may also be that I am only logged in regularly and constantly here so no Google log in, no Facebook, no Tweeter, nichts, nada. Mostly no cookies accepted except where the sites don't work without them.
I guess that must be why I don't see it.
It's a name dropping write up about women with cleft chins in fur photographing other women with cleft chins in fur. And the. posting the pics on their self promotional blogs.
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There you have the whole article in a nutshell, JDM.
I wish you could translate all the news stories for me!
It's about models who turn photographer, including Hanneli Mustaparta, who does street photography for other people's fashion, not much different than some musicians who have turned photographer in the life, and years later celebrate them and their work. Get past the snobbery and you might find some interesting stuff.
When is this hip street photography thing blowing over?
Hanneli is cute with a cute cleft. She can take my picture. I'll act hip. Well. I'll give it a shot anyway.
One of my favorite photographers, Ellen von Unwerth, is an ex-model. Hopefully with a little encouragement some of these models will turn out to be great too.
Hanneli is cute with a cute cleft.If you are into Kirk Douglas.
I Am Spartacus!
Brings back memories of pin-up model turned photographer, Bunny Yeager.
There was no AUTO or P on the cameras she used.
I get the daily headlines from NYT for free and apparently can 'open' up to 30 stories a month also for free .... so I have one writer who I follow and occasionally see something else of interest as this article.
Richard. You mention Kirk Douglas. In his heyday, his cleft was so exciting to some of his fans overseas, that some cut their chins to create their own clefts. No wonder they call fans, fans, from the word fanatic.
They are attractive women, but the concept of the article is a bit too goofy for me. Does anyone know any actual street photographers who prowl the streets in high heel shoes?
Thanks Richard...you've just translated every network news program in the country. It all boils down to the same sludge...
I got the log in page. No article.
I just clicked on the link and up it came for me.
Separate names with a comma.