Here are a few from the recent Warhol sessions – like repetition? I like the way things are designed to nest or stack during transport. Sometimes, even a simple stack of boards can be pleasing to the eye. This is not fine art photography, heck they're cellphone snaps to be honest. But I'm always on … Continue reading Texture Time
The text came in “Wedding emergency” with a name and out of state number. I offered a non-committal reply and, skeptically turned to Google to check the area code. Then the phone rang. (Photographers with contact information online are routinely plagued by phony inquiries - which are thinly veiled money laundering scams.) Turns out the … Continue reading Photography Rescue
A couple I’m working with planned their wedding at a pavilion by the water – I can relate, a few years back my wife wanted the same thing (we got married at that same pavilion by the water. There’s wedding photography to prove it.). For this great couple however, fate conspired against them. The town … Continue reading Location, Location, Location II
This week, a little ‘rust and dust’ Don’t get me wrong. On the car? Not so much. In the basement, I’d prefer not. But out and about on a photo walk, sure – give it to me. I love rust. The rustier the better. Perhaps because I’m not much of a mechanical gear head, I … Continue reading Why Do I Love Rust?
Disclaimer: This is about photography, not weaponry. You know that scene in the movie where the character that doesn’t usually have a gun picks one up but hesitates? Instead of following through, pulling the trigger and saving the day, they wind up losing the gun to another villain. You look at the screen in … Continue reading Take the Shot!