Pelé, the outstanding football player and passionate and friendly human being, is gone. I only photographed it once, in the bathroom at Giant Stadium in New Jersey. It was the frenetic, boisterous locker room scene that occurred right after the …
FUJIFILM also announced its 5th product today. A new lens for the XF lineup, the XF70-300mm F/4-5.6R LM OIS WR Among the other products I’ve tested, I haven’t had time to write a proper first look article on this one.
Just had a great time wandering the Big Apple in search of holiday lights, in the company of some really cool photographers, and with the super talented duo, Fancy Girl Street Boy. (Alternatively known as Liza Politi and Ari Espay.) …
CHARLEVOIX — Charlevoix is definitely a feast for the eyes. With abundant natural beauty and wildlife, the picture-worthy visual images are endless.
Charlevoix’s Photography Club gives the community a gift every year by putting into a calendar the form of
Street photography can speak to our souls. Taking images of common, everyday people and transforming them into art—that’s what it’s all about.
Street photography can be tricky to get right, though. I recently sat down with award-winning photographer Thorsten Overgaard
My wife and I run a small local photography business and we often joke about the sad fact that we take portraits of other families so often that we never take our own. The walls of our house are full
Late as per the blogosphere these days, late is becoming the operative word. traveling. Assignment in Romania, then England. Then taught in England. And now….holiday. A little down time to usher in a very bumpy end to the year.
Nov. 26—Lately we in the photography community have seen an uptick in articles in the photography press about AI — artificial intelligence — and the idea that it endangers the authenticity of photography.
When talking to some of my favorite
If you have visited this site in the last month or so, you will notice a lack of updates and no featured image at the top of posts.
Sorry! The site was hit by the dreaded “Japanese Keyword Virus,” one …
When working on small-scale but fun assignments like this Printique book project about The Fountain Inn, I literally hear Jay Maisel in my head. “Everything has a cue.”
It’s not something I usually have to be reminded about. I’m a