The reason why I love photography is hard to explain. I do have a day job/grownup job and I am using my left brain all day. All numbers; there is not much room to be creative.Read More
would have to say that the one of the biggest thing that inspires me to be a better photographer is a scene from the movie "Walk the Line." It is the scene when Johnny Cash and his band are attempting to get Sam Phillips to give them a record deal. Sam was not at all impress with what they where playing and said this,Read More
I have removed all of the weddings from my website and I am not looking back. I am looking forward to having my new site up. (which should happen by the end of the weekend) I have a couple of galleries up now and will be adding some more galleries while as I finish them
I finally got around to posting my images from the workshop that CDIA had for their students who graduated. I cannot believe how much i learned. It is always nice to see a different perspective on things and to avoid falling into a rut. Here are my
I know that it was a lot of images and I am sorry to those people with dial ups.
Every time his show is on PBS, I have to watch Joel. He is a fantastic photographer. I am in such amazement of his work. If you ever want to learn about light, see the light, or understand the light, watch his show. Joel shows you fantastic examples of that in his work using light effectively. On the show, he went to Mt Vernon. The orange glow of the sunrise highlighted the house in ways that few people understand. (let alone appreciate) Check out this image from a rodeo that Joel did.
I have been checking my blog stats and I cannot believe the number of hits that I have been getting b/c of my Gregory Crewdson’s post. (Sometimes over 100 hits per day) That is just amazing. That magic of the web. I found another blog on wordpress referring to Crewdson's work.
He is much more articluate then I am.