...then a detail photo, one that lets us really see something that we might have missed, is worth a million, too! You can see more at ColoradoFaces.com
...then a comedic one is worth a million as well. Because there are things in our world that are genuinely funny. And capturing them is its own special joy. You can see more at ColoradoFaces.com
...then, an emotional photograph is worth a million. Because, emotion is what we relate to in an image, what touches our heart. You can see more at ColoradoFaces.com
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.
I like shooting in urban settings more than in nature. I like the way elements can come together in an instant when I'm walking about shooting street. This shot for me works well only because we can see the driver in the car on the right, and there is a car turning in front of... Continue Reading →
Yesterday was 50 degrees and sunny in Denver. A good day to walk around the Mile High Flea Market. The place is huge, and because of the great weather, it was packed with shoppers. I went there for two reasons, to shop for bargains myself, and to document it in photographs. It's very photogenic, and... Continue Reading →