Is This the (Ghostly) New Normal? I was ‘ghosted’ by a photography prospect last week. We were “discussing” family portraits in Windham, NY. After visiting my website, they called. Then we exchanged texts. We settled on a session and rate and looked to the week and weather ahead for some family portraits. Then they fell … Continue reading Is This the (Ghostly) New Normal ?!?
In March I photographed a 70th Birthday/Family Reunion but I won’t be sharing selections from that session here. Generally, Orthodox families are a bit private by nature, and I don’t get to share too many of those photos widely. Nonetheless, I’m glad to be chosen to capture those memories, and always feel incredibly welcome when … Continue reading Inspiration? Sometimes You Have to Search For It.
I’m a practical sort. I wear a hat and gloves, and sometimes even a scarf. I favor raincoats or - often a wide-brimmed hat over an umbrella but I keep a big golf umbrella in the car regardless – it comes in handy against a harsh midday sun as well as rain. I like to … Continue reading What Lurks Below
OK, so this one really is a creature. BUT Holy crap, there’s no wonder they call these things dragonflies. I hear these good ol’ boys eat mosquitoes, deer flies – all sorts of baddies. They’re big enough to spook you, but remember they are our friends! In case you missed them, take a look at … Continue reading Creature Feature Part 4 of 4
This elusive double-headed bat thing was hard to photograph. I tried it from several angles and elevations. Got me thinking, a lot of construction equipment resembles creatures. Makes me want to watch some crusty old Bela Lugosi movies. In case you missed them, take a look at Creature Feature Part 1, and Creature feature Part … Continue reading Creature Feature Part 3 of 4