Nice to meet you . . . Creating a rapport with other photographers is a definitely a great thing and I would also include ― very healthy. Now, let’s go to a real conversation that ensuing between a couple of my friends and I. Recently my friend Don Springer aka Streetshooter had this to say:Continue reading “Perspective 06”
Shutter Addiction What do addicts of anything need ? Therapy, isn’t that right, well, that’s exactly what I needed these past few days ― a sort of shutter therapy, a walk my camera just capturing the sense of the city, in this case Coral Gables with all its dichotomies and contrasts. More to come soonContinue reading “Perspective 05”
I’m an Artist Do you ever think of yourself as an artist ? I do, I always have. Ever since I first touched that Canon F100 back in the summer of 1994 as I started my formal training back in college the thoughts of creating have always been there. Recently, I’ve been having a setContinue reading “Perspective 04”
Have you ever created your images before you actually snap the shutter. I do and I totally recommend you do it as an exercise. We are constantly photographing in our minds, registering, analyzing, sizing, redrawing, and imagining. Exercising your vision provides for a whole new perspective and the point of this whole project for me.Continue reading “Perspective 03”
No words, just blacks and whites, it just felt right, you know when you have that feeling.
I’ve been listening to the Chase Jarvis Audiocast lately. In a recent cast with Vince Laforet, Chase was mentioning the word “ethos” and him and Vince were going back and forth on this theme and it resonated with my own ethos. I wrote some time ago that photography: is a vision, its viewing through aContinue reading “Perspectives: 01”