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
Photographers need to look at photography, everyone should enjoy the work of Patrick Harbron.
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
I don’t like selfie sticks. I maintain selfie sticks are a scourge. They’re dangerous and distracting in crowds, as well as being downright ridiculous to watch in use. Coast to coast, many amusement parks most museums and arenas like the LA Coliseum and Madison Square Garden have already moved to ban them. My wife … Continue reading Selfi(sh) Sticks
Ventured out for a little 'snow photography'