Category Archives: Photography

The art, science and craft of photography

The Craft of Photography, Number 3

I’m not facetious: buy a film camera (lots of used ones around for cheap). If you must, get a super cheap disposable. Use it for a full week without ever touching digital. You’ll force yourself to consider composition in much more … Continue reading

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Photography and gadgets – The Craft of Photography, Number 2

A good photograph tells a story. A great photograph captures a universal feeling/theme. Photography is a craft and a science. All the gadgets in the world won’t make you a good photographer. If you use digital, turn off your screen. … Continue reading

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The Craft of Photography, Number 1

May 15, 2011 Photography means a lot to me. I love expressing art through images. Art reflects the soul of life. Photography is my art. A friend once said to me—in frustration at the abundance of so-called photographers out there—that … Continue reading

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Photography Workshop

Photography Workshop: storytelling with your images If you want to learn how to get those shots you see in your favorite magazine or newspaper, this is your opportunity. I’ll be offering a photography workshop in May 2011. We’ll look at … Continue reading

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Wolf Spirit Image

  To look into the eyes of the wolf is to look into the past, present, future and Otherworld.

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Faery Haiku (wordless)

cold….oh so cold….yet pretty weather. Like all in life, balance. Photo of the faery lantern in the yard today….January 20, 2011…a wordless haiku. I love the imperfection in the snow on top, like the deliberate flaw in a magic carpet.

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Photography – devolution

I’m in devolution process. After hundreds of thousands of photos on digital, the urge to fondly caress my Mamiya medium format photo equipment has been overwhelming. Something’s never felt at-home about digital. Need to go back to roots. The beautiful … Continue reading

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