Category Archives: Photography

With Light We Create

This is the first post I’ve added since 2015! I’ve done so many others things since but are my images better? Maybe not. Certainly this image is as ordinary as they come. But it has a hallmark of what I … Continue reading

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Colors, Colors, Colors

“Waiting in the wings are these marvelous ideas for using color more creatively. It’s a matter of coaxing these creatures of invention, fun and delight to come out of the subterranean stables of the mind…” Continue reading

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Collage Is Not Easy Business

“A powerful technique requires a correspondingly deeper understanding to support the deployment or one demeans the process, loses the fierceness of true enterprise!” Continue reading

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Playing with Concepts

“Having come to the party late I am still exploring boundaries and working my way to contemporary art from the Greek, the Baroque, the Impressionists.” Continue reading

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Through Rain-Soaked Glass

“….we forget that these digital filters often have their origin in analog effects either while shooting film or in the processing of the film.” Continue reading

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Golden Hour

“But for landscapes, there is early morning, early evening and this special hour if you catch it, the Golden Hour, when the world is softly golden and one recalls the golden apples of Hesperides that conferred immortality to any who ate them.” Continue reading

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Times Square, NYC, 2013

“For now I find myself shifting away from the stylized editing that many photographers employ, what I call pictorialist photography, and going for more structural realism.” Continue reading

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