Welcoming the Muse in the Sandbox

I was reading quotes from famous artists, and one of them said something to the effect: "When I go to the canvas with a preconceived idea, those are usually not as good as the ones where I go with no idea what I will paint, and just paint." Effectively, going to the sandbox to play. ... Continue Reading →

Photograph Your Love, Share Your Passion

As a photographer, there's nothing else that matters, no one else who gets to decide what is important, other than that which is important to you.  Photography is a creative expression, and when we stop looking to create images that will please others, and actually create images that please ourselves, that reveal a little something... Continue Reading →

Photographers Make Photographs

An observation: Photography hobbyists make lens analyses, compare versions of bodies, features and lenses, read DXO scores, look to get the next best thing, discuss purchases, workshops, latest tricks and techniques.  They do a lot more than make photographs. Photographers make photographs.

Don’t Smile For The Camera

I walked though the National Portrait Gallery's exhibit, AMERICAN COOL, last year.  I shoot for a client in Washington D.C. every spring, and usually there's a little down time when I can walk over to the museums and catch a few. In the American Cool exhibit, no one was smiling.  Well, not no one, but... Continue Reading →

Dancing Free and Fearlessly

I love the moment and the rich black and white tones. Shot with a Rolleiflex 3.5F.  On Ilford HP5 film. The joy of dancing with no inhibitions or limits!  If only we could embrace all of life with such carefree of an attitude, what could we accomplish!

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