David Burnett, the Newsweek photojournalist speaking on a podcast mentioned that of all the places he's traveled in his career over the last 50 years, in all the countries he's made pictures, the photos that he wishes he had are the ones of him and his friends in college, sitting around their dorm rooms and... Continue Reading →
A story about The Wise Photo Project ran in today’s Longmont Leader, a local news source in Boulder County Colorado. As noted in the article, the project seeks other photographers, maybe you, to contribute to it. Support The Shows Want to support my shows? You can, just visit this link at Paypal, or go to... Continue Reading →
I was born in 1964. That means the Nikon F2 was out when I was 10, the FM2 when I was 20 and I grew up in the era of Kodachrome film, Fuji Velvia, Ilford HP5 and Kodak Tri-x black and white films, and plenty of wonderful photographers working in those days like Garry Winogrand,... Continue Reading →
I was a photojournalist in the 1980s and 1990s in Trenton, NJ, working for a daily newspaper. Left in 2001 and the paper laid off most of its staff shortly thereafter. What a great heyday we had, though, while it lasted. It was incredible. Shooting political events, pro sports, spot news, big NJ events.