Simple Photographs Tell Stories

Seaside Heights, New Jersey, Boardwalk. Or perhaps we tell the stories, based on what we see and what we know. Because the viewer finishes the art. What are these two looking at? Waiting for spouses? Watching young frolicking teens? Why is the horizon tilted, is something a little off? Why are they wearing long sleeve... Continue Reading →

My 2020 Homage to Henri Cartier-Bresson

Here's my take on life on the bank of a lake, 2020 style, with a nod to Henri Cartier-Bresson and his famous riverside picnic. I actually was thinking about Bresson when I was making this photograph. Kenneth Wajda's Dimanche au bord du lac Macintosh [Sunday on the banks of Lake Macintosh], Colorado USA, 2020 Henri... Continue Reading →

Documenting Life’s Moments AKA Stories

I'm a journalist with a camera.  Or a storyteller with a camera.  I've come to realize photojournalism defines me.  My photography.  My approach to seeing the world. I was listening to a podcast with a street photographer and she said she documents what makes her think of her childhood.  Another photographer said they are drawn... Continue Reading →

Street Photographer Database

I wanted to gather all U.S. photographers who shoot street photographs, to collect their information into one place.  So, I have at StreetPhotoDB.com. It's divided up by state, so add your work with the submit button in the menu.  And check out the other photographers.  It's brand new, so not a lot on there yet,... Continue Reading →

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