Category: Photo Blog
The “photo blog” began before the word “blog” was even known. The year was 2000. I called it an online journal. But I guess you’d have to go into the wayback machine to find the early examples from the year 2000.
We were all strangers to each other but I must’ve said something funny. I’ve been told that in my next life (yeah right) I should be a comedian. I think I’m a lot like Larry David without all the anger issues. I mean even last night, I was thinking about having David as a last […]
If you walk around the city, you are sure to find some strange things. In 2005, there were a number of these phone receivers left hanging from trees in Central Park. This was the only negative I scanned back then, but maybe it was part of some art exhibit. Mystery is everywhere.
I wasn’t ever going to post this until I came up with the title. Now the idea was to do the reference to Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (which btw is something I’ve never seen. Why would a cat be on a hot tin roof in the first place? Was that something Tennessee Williams […]
If it bleeds, it leads. Killer quakes and killer moms. All in all a bloody Monday.
During the summer of 2001, I did a gallery show somewhere in Connecticut. Some very wealthy town near some other wealthy town. I got about ten prints on the walls of the gallery (I don’t even know if I took pictures of it). Anyway, I used to carry this journal around with me, and here’s […]
This is what we used to do to keep notes about how to dodge, burn, bleach, and who knows what else darkroom prints. I still have several similar books of notes but came across this one from Matt Weber. Here’s a link to what I think is the finished print of Willow and Ice (on […]
A post in the New York Times (a few weeks back) said that if you stayed on the #6 train when it gets to the last stop (Brooklyn Bridge) the train will turn around and make a big curve going through the Old City Hall Station before heading uptown. Anyone ever tried that? I’m thinking […]
According to my notes – not always the best – this was 1990. No, I doubt that date is right. I didn’t go online until Christmas 1999. And I know in ’93 I was working with view cameras. So I’d say it was between ’95 and ’99 because it was one of the first images […]