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spring brings flowers

There’s a certain discipline, I find, in working with still objects. Light and shape become the narrative. The quietness is where the image lives and breathes. Continue reading

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PhotoMidwest opening

Here is the work of mine that was premiered at the PhotoMidwest show last night. It was awarded second place by juror Sam Abell. All in all, it was a very good evening. During the opening, Mr. Abell went around … Continue reading

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breakthrough

It’s been too long; but sometimes life gets in the way. The photograph here was part of my final work for the class I was taking this spring. It was an element of a triptych that was to be somehow … Continue reading

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staging

  Had a couple of meetings now for the class I’m taking. The dynamics of the group are quite different than in the fall. Then, most of us were roughly in a similar place with our photography: mostly comfortable with the technical … Continue reading

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long term

Sometimes, the way things are going these days, it helps to remember the long view; that the world, the universe, predates humanity by billions of years. And the amazing thing is that if you look at the world through that … Continue reading

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