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For the ‘back-story’ see my previous post below.
My friend MAC pulling clam bags, Gulf of Mexico.
This afternoon I finally got around to taking some prints to Jeanine at her oyster-house. Over the years/decades that I have photographed her, either at her oyster-house or out on the water, I have never seen her not at work … Continue reading
My small book The Colors Of Clamming is for sale by Peecho, the printer in Amsterdam who printed my copy. Clicking on the above image will take you to their site where you can order the book in several different … Continue reading
Oystermen bringing in the day’s harvest….
…here a bit with posting this ‘work-in-progress’ issuu version of my The Colors Of Clamming portfolio.My plans are to make this a downloadable publication containing the fifteen images from my current portfolio. This will be Volume One and I hope … Continue reading
I just received a note from Kelly Searle, the Founder & Editor in Chief at Liner Magazine, letting me know that photos and story from my WaterWomen portfolio will be in the next issue of the magazine, coming out on … Continue reading
Finally I worked some more on my foldout booklet, the design of which I stole ‘fair & square’ from a Chanel foldout that came with one of my Vanity Fair issues. I am printing it on Arches Cover, which is one … Continue reading
…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
Just now I received an email from Kelly Searle, the Editor in Chief at Liner Magazine, letting me know that photos and text from my WaterWomen work will be featured in an upcoming issue of the magazine. This is immensely … 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
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
Well, I did it and went live with my ‘photo store’ and the sale of the book’s 1st edition. I used the services of an outfit called bigcartel to build my on-line store. They offer a range of options for … Continue reading
Nancy McCrary, the editor/publisher of the SxSE Photomagazine was kind enough to give generous coverage to my hand made photobook in a ‘last minute’ email blast to her readers. I am waiting for some paper to arrive from Dick Blick … Continue reading