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Pro, Prosumer and Amateur

Published 9y ago -

A few weeks ago, I tried the pre-paid mailer service purchased at B&H serviced by A&I. The roll was from my Mamiya, which I have always pronounced as mam-eye-ya but have since found out could very well be ma-mee-ya. The delay in mailing across the coun... More »

Copyright doesn’t mean don’t use

Published 9y ago -

When the Creative Commons forged a more progressive look copyright law, enabling content creators legal power to elect specific use of their works, a cultural movement ensued. Until that point, copyright law reflected a historical component of intellectual pro... More »

Worlds within worlds

Published 9y ago -

The following presentation photographs in a working series titled “Nodes.” They represent select captures of a performance mixing water, oil, vinegar and soap. The evolution of the act sets out a beginning middle and end. Some echo the qualities of... More »

Where did the time go?

Published 9y ago -

The last few months have been a non-stop twister. While my monthly blog posts languished, I was busy scouting interesting flowers and insects in my backyard. Respecting the advice of those far better at macro photography, a couple months ago, I purchased a Can... More »

Photo albums are all but dead

Published 10y ago -

Photo albums used to be the family bible, visually recording the event of people, places and events. It required the acts of photographer, editor and album constructor. It was a labor of reminiscence and duty. As the holder of the photos and the negatives, onl... More »

Feeling organic with Masahiro Mori

Published 10y ago -

Riding the subway home from Manhattan, I was thinking about visual images that might suggest “clean.” In my mind’s eye, the work of Masahiro Mori came to view – I have a collection of his porcelain mugs. Mori is a great industrial desig... More »

Who is colorblind now?

Published 10y ago -

Adobe Lightroom was one of my last purchases in support of my relationship with photography. It has literally transformed how I approach managing my photos. While it is not a replacement for Photoshop, it is its best compliment. Last week I hopped over to B&am... More »