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Consolation from Utica’s Union Station

We recently dropped a buddy off at a commuter train station – and returned a week later picked him up at another, neither locale was one I'd made the time to photograph. For the drop off, I’d planned to shoot around the Poughkeepsie Train Station. I’ve caught MetroNorth there a number of times. It’s a … Continue reading Consolation from Utica’s Union Station

Mirror:Mirror

There are more ‘cameras’ out there than ever before, but not every smart-phone slinging shutterbug knows a lot about shot composition. That’s alright. It’s why there are photographers. We’re supposed to understand a bit about what make an image more than good and where the possibility exists to move the observer, to make them ‘feel’ … Continue reading Mirror:Mirror

Freeze Frame

At photo and video trade shows, it’s not uncommon to find booths set up with elaborate, colorful, sometimes mechanically active displays with which guest can demo cameras and lenses. Sometimes, live action vignettes play out with creatively-clad models, though these are more often for posing demonstrations. These fantastical displays are something like the creations of … Continue reading Freeze Frame