Month: July 2012

Week 29 | 2012

Ricoh GRD3 ― It’s Time   The whole mobile internet photography theme lead by the famous Instagram seems to make some folks uncomfortable and ask a series of questions which are rather interesting. Actually, some people even feel threatened by this sudden rush of images coming at you almost by the second. In the latest This Week in Photography I even heard some images from the Olympics got published in a major magazine and all of them courtesy of Instagram and iPhone.  

Week 28 | 2012

For me, photography is not a means by which to create beautiful art, but a unique way of encountering genuine reality. Daido Moriyama Its not often you fall in love with someone, break up, and then somehow, almost in a miraculous way, you mature, and end up seeking that another person. One can say, that you value such a person for everthing they do or represent, but in essence describing feelings can certainly be a tricky scenario. Sometimes you can’t quite point your finger at it but other times you can aim with reassurance you’ve made a great decision in trying to rekindle a relationship.  

Uncle Tom’s BBQ

  Panasonic LX3   Grilling, broiling, barbecuing – whatever you want to call it – is an art, not just a matter of building a pyre and throwing on a piece of meat as a sacrifice to the gods of the stomach. – James Beard If you go get a chance to visit Miami, then I suggest you try them, they’ve been around for about 80yrs and they’re still rocking it.

Rainy Prints

Ricoh GRD 3   I began to realize that the camera sees the world differently than the human eye and that sometimes those differences can make a photograph more powerful than what you actually observed.   – Galen Rowell