There’s always something brewing in the world of photographers looking to expand their markets, Lately, for some it’s called personal brand photography or “PBP.” Well, happy to report as always I’m not into fads - but I do handle commercial work. In addition to the event photography, wedding photography, reunion photography and such I’ve been … Continue reading Portrait and Commercial Work
Disclaimer. This post is about photography, not weaponry. You know that scene in the movie where the character that doesn’t usually have a weapon picks one up but hesitates? Instead of following through, pulling the trigger and saving the day, they wind up losing the gun to a villain. You look at the screen in … Continue reading Take the Shot!
We recently dropped a buddy off at a commuter train station – and 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 nice … Continue reading Consolation from Utica’s Union Station
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
I probably date myself in this post – so read it and share it quickly, before I come to my senses and delete it. My interest in texture began during the early years publishing an indie-music ‘fanzine’ “(the) Urban Rag. Clarification needed, I believe. The texture I’m referring to here as two-dimensional would I … Continue reading Talking about Texture