March has arrived, and with it another half foot of snow expected. I’ve been keeping somewhat busy with editorial photography, accompanying work I write for various magazines, journals and newspapers – but I’m looking ahead to the season of celebrations ahead – the weddings, the parties – you know what I mean. I’ve been talking … Continue reading In Like A Lion?
I’ve always said short notice is no problem. If you or someone you know needs photography – whether next year or next week, it never hurts to ask. Recently a short-notice booking made for one of the most memorable sessions of the year. Many folks plan weddings as much as a year or more in … Continue reading A Beautiful Proposition
This week, a narrative… Dagger-like icicles eventually covered the windows. By hour 36 she said I was pacing like a ‘caged animal.’ I called it ‘vigilance.’ You see -- the power had gone out here at the Ranch as it had for so many others in the North East. Our electric company reported over 100,000 … Continue reading Ever ready and prepared
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!
This weekend I pointed a lens at the 7th Annual Snow Festival at the New York Power Authority’s Blenheim-Gilboa Visitor Center hosted in partnership with Mine Kill State Park. I may be a little older than the target market, but I’d hoped to find a few things of fancy to photograph. It was 47 degrees... … Continue reading Snow Festival Photography