Photographs + Time = Value!

The black and white photo below is a scene Ansel Adams photographed in 1947. A simple depiction of life at a street corner in Los Angeles. Why would he photograph that? At a time when people mostly used their cameras for special occasions and maybe big purchases--new house or car--those people probably couldn't fathom making... Continue Reading →

Ages Like a Fine Wine…

I found this the most interesting and inspiring line I've heard in a long time. In that talk by Richard Sandler I wrote about where he discusses and shows his street photography, he said he used to regularly bump into Lee Friedlander, Garry Winogrand and Bruce Gilden all pounding the same pavement throughout New York.... Continue Reading →

What Are You Famous For?

PEOPLE, PASSIONS, SUCCESSES & DREAMS I'm working on a photography project where I put a question to people on the street. "What are you famous for?" Their answers can be current, or post-dated. WhatAreYouFamousFor.com - (Follow here, the photographs are much better displayed than on Facebook.) The question has made people consider what do they... Continue Reading →

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