When I’m not in the mood to get out of the house – there’s always Matt Weber who wants to go for a walk. A long walk. It’s a good thing for me, because I can easily forget about the creative (fun) part of this process which (for me) is shooting. Left to my own […]
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.
On the way back home, at Times Square Station – like a bolt of lightning – the girls came running towards us (I was with Matt W.) and we both fired as quickly as possible. Matt turned to me and said, that was like a “coda” – to the evening. “No, not coda. What’s the […]
Self referential shot in the eye of the watcher. Taken in Union Square station.
is spending hour after hour working on this very site, trying to breathe life into it after it went dead. Dead as a doornail (whatever that means. Doornails usually are dead aren’t they?) But yes. All of my wile and guile, all of my waking and esp. dreaming hours are about SEO and SERP and […]
I’m afraid that I followed this poor fellow around the museum as I was fascinated by his beard. Wherever he turned, I was there. Eventually I got to talking with him and he has a wonderful backstory that I won’t write about as it feels private. But of all the wonderful art and etchings in […]
Please let “hobbiests” be spelt correctly since I’m going to use it a lot in this post. The photo hobbiest, or the enthusiast, these are figures from my childhood that scared me off from doing weddings or group gatherings. Because they were (both male, both over 40) the most annoying pair of flashbulb and later […]
Mistakes are so mysterious. Like the premise of the movie “Blow up” – I enjoy photographs that hold out some mystery. And no, I don’t think I’ll “spot” the white dust spots in this photograph unless somebody says, hey, I got to have that one!