Yesterday at the Maryland Renaissance Festival, I chanced to meet Tom, who was shooting with the Fujifilm X-E1. We chatted for a while, and I learned that he is one of a growing number of photographers who have sold off their DSLR gear in favor of the Fujifilm… Read More »Tom, The Fujifilm X-E1, And A Dollar Bill
A number of years ago, we spent a long weekend attending one of Rick Sammon‘s Creative Workshops in and around Croton on Hudson — two intensive days of photography, post processing, discussion, critique, and community. After the workshop, we spent a day meandering around the… Read More »Around Croton
With their country in the midst of a colossal disaster – The Japanese citizens can teach plenty of lessons to the world: 1. THE CALM: Not a single visual of chest-beating or wild grief. Sorrow itself has been elevated. 2. THE DIGNITY: Disciplined queues for water … Read More »Ten Things To Learn From Japan
I took this almost two years ago, and it’s been rattling around in my phone ever since. Like the old HP printer commercial. You know, the one where the kid jumping in the pool has been frozen in his mother’s camera since sometime last summer.
A collection of images from a week-long excursion to western Montana in April of 2008. It was on this trip that we, quite literally, experience all the seasons in a single day.
I love to travel, and of all the places I’ve traveled to, none have quite the appeal of Downeast Maine. Rugged shores and quintessential fish villages, fishing boats and lighthouses, quaint B&Bs and diminutive railroads, and its abundant culture and seafood all combine to make… Read More »Travels – Downeast Maine