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An interesting discussion concerning photographing people in the digital age going on over at Daniel Milnor’s excellent blog SMOGRANCH.
The ‘Old Jiffy’ [convenience store] getting new floor tiles. I wonder how many broken OSHA rules are in this photo!?
Cathy and Glenda at Annie’s Cafe, Glenda’s restaurant. As I mentioned on this blog before, when working, Glenda moves like ‘greased lightening’ and photographing her with a manual everything film camera was a challenge for me.
Taking a kitchen break…..
If anybody would care to look, my portrait pages are up on my website. Comments/feed-back would be greatly appreciated.
…fair and square from a Chanel Jewelry ad piece that came with my Vanity Fair subscription. I thought it would make a perfect ‘companion piece’ to my WaterWomen article that is coming out in Liner Magazine. For the basic piece … Continue reading
[Jeanine Beckam and her crew oysterplanting] [Mike Davis and Daryl Fine – Last Day at the Fish-House] A couple of days ago I printed these posters on 13×19 Ultra Pro Satin, with a slightly warm Epson Advanced Black & White setting … Continue reading
This morning we went to the Arts Center to hang the photos. It took Wyeth about 15 minutes to get the exhibit together. It would have taken me all day and looked like crap. We were fortunate in that the … Continue reading
This afternoon I took my boxes of framed photos to the Arts Center for the upcoming exhibit, which opens on the 13th of this month, a date which is creeping up on me. I think the space looks great. Above … Continue reading
..with the Red River Aurora Art Natural I just received. I had ordered it based on the description of the paper and the reviews on the Red River website. I like matte, warm-toned paper. It is a taste that is … Continue reading
Today, and fourteen years ago, on the right, building wooden boats as a high school student.
Trying to figure out how to frame/display my prints for the upcoming exhibit, I am once again experimenting with Format Frames. This is a 12 x 16 inch one I bought at a ‘Big Box’ store for about $5.00. The … Continue reading
This is undoubtedly one of my favorite pinhole portraits. It is of my friend Aida and her daughter Mary Beth, taken some twenty years ago. I just ran across this small print and thought it worth posting to remind myself … Continue reading
This is the proposed poster for the inside of the building, just to show the name of the exhibit. Of course this all could change totally, but I wanted to post this photo. It shows Morgan on his last net … Continue reading