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Ads and SEO

Recently I was working on articles for the company I freelance with, writing articles for a printer ink. Shortly afterwards I noticed that several of the advertisements online now showed that site- and the same happened with another site later. While I worked on novel writing information, self-publishing sites kept being advertised. During my Advertising Photography class, my teacher mentioned that a similar instance happened to him.

Apparently advertising is getting better at targeting computers and your recent searches, supplying more direct and useful information directly to the potential consumer. I would like to know what other people’s thoughts are- do you like having more direct ads? Or is this an invasion of privacy? What kind of problems can this bring up, and how does it help advertisers?

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Editorial Assignment One – Food

For the first assignment in UCM’s editorial class I chose to do food photography, referencing a Cooking Light magazine for lighting on the Famous Amos cookies (a picture of peanut brittle with lighting on front as well as behind), and using my two alien bee lights. I used a movie light (lowel) for the Pillsbury cookies… which tasted very good, by the way.

Flickr Slideshow: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sbibb/sets/72157623372812384/show/

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