kottke.org posts about Eliot Shepard

Aw, man...Eliot is ceasing publication onSep 07 2007

Aw, man...Eliot is ceasing publication on slower.net, one of my favorite photoblogs. Ended on a great note though.

Women in light pink playing Nintendo DS by Eliot Shepard.Mar 21 2007

Women in light pink playing Nintendo DS by Eliot Shepard.

Lovely photo by Eliot Shepard.Jun 15 2006

Lovely photo by Eliot Shepard.

Eliot Shepard has some advice for thoseMar 07 2006

Eliot Shepard has some advice for those entering a photography competition...or really, on how you might go about taking a good photo.

A big dog on the subway withJan 31 2006

A big dog on the subway with a fur-coated owner and a brick in its mouth. And I believe it's a "pit bull-type" dog.

This is one of my favorite photosOct 04 2005

This is one of my favorite photos on the internet ever.

Eliot's stalking of The Donald finally paysSep 28 2005

Eliot's stalking of The Donald finally pays off with this shot from Fashion Week of him and his newish bride. (Note to Mr. Trump's lawyers and/or law enforcement: Eliot is not really stalking Donald Trump. Well, at least I don't think he is. I mean, he could be, but probably not. Probably.)

Eliot's presentation has some great thoughts aboutJun 20 2005

Eliot's presentation has some great thoughts about photoblogging and where it's going. Overproduction, overconsumption, and inappropriate audience participation are some of the pitfalls of photoblogging. This probably goes for regular blogging as well.

Sports fansJun 07 2005

Sports fans.

Kdunk with cherry blossomsMay 02 2005

Kdunk with cherry blossoms. Love this photo.

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