Last Updated: September 25, 2023
This page is updated periodically with my current focus on my work and where I’m headed.
As of this latest update, I’ll cut to the chase: not much has changed, and not much that isn’t essential critical stuff is happening. Challenges with my parents’ health and living situations are sapping up all available energy.
The Book, Second Edition
Gosh Aaron, you’re writing a book about artificial intelligence and photography? Won’t that be horribly out of date quickly?
That’s what many folks said when The Computer Ate My Photos was released in September 2021.
In a way, they were right. If we’re talking about “what’s new” with AI and photography, those things change quickly, as we’ve all seen. But the book was never designed to deliver breaking news. That’s not what books do.
That said, with a dynamic topic, one needs dynamic material.
I’m working on a Second Edition. It’ll be released when it’s ready. Be sure you’re on my list to stay in the loop.
I’m working on regular videos that I publish on YouTube. I’d love to have you subscribe to my channel to help me boost the growth and turn it into a viable channel for photography information.
Need something recent to draw you in? Laugh as AI software attempts to created headshots of me:
My weekly email, Focusing Photography, ships every Sunday, and was just refreshed last week with a fresh design. If you want some insight and analysis in your inbox, you can subscribe here. In general, I write something thoughtful and insightful about the direction of our industry and share 3-5 other relevant links or pieces of information photographers should be aware of, with a brief thought about each.
I’m now booking into 2024 for speaking at photography events (both in-person and virtual) as well as serving as a juror for PPA-style image competitions. Drop me an email for more information or to get a copy of my current speaking information.
I’m currently the Vice President of the Professional Photographers of Washington and I’m enjoying building connections with others in our corner of the country.
As usual, I’m doing a bit of photo work for small businesses, startups, and individuals, so let’s chat and make it happen.
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