A view of New York from Brooklyn

Last night I was shooting with André Walker in Brooklyn, at the foot of the Manhattan Bridge and further south looking west to Manhattan. What a good time we had. It seems like it was difficult to get a bad shot, as I was thoroughly excited by the power of the city, and the bridges […]

Photo shoot in NYC

As all of you know my daughter is writing a book on fashion and technology, and we did a photo shoot on 12 of her projects for the book. I invited my good friend and fellow photographer André Walker, to lead the shoot, while I provided the documentary and candid shots. I was also serving […]

I surrender…Lightroom is in

You can say I’ve gone to great lengths to avoid using Lightroom and Photoshop in my work. Possible reasons: 1. Learning to use software in a royal pain 2. I am hooked on DPP for 95% of the work I need to do 3. I’ve been producing primarily for the Web, when I make prints I’m definitely in […]

Inspiration from LensWork #75

Yesterday I went through my LensWork #75 Extended DVD and found lots of inspiration within. I’ve mentioned LensWork before and it continues to be one of my favorite and useful photography publications. The Extended DVD has the benefit of delivering LOTS of images, audio, and video interviews, and other goodies. I never fail to find […]

Photomerge magic in Photoshop

You know I am so techno phobic about things. Being a former technology/computer guy you wouldn’t think I would be but I’m going to have to confess. I don’t know if I’m just too lazy to learn anything new, or I’m just a techno-dufus. Anyway I used the Photomerge feature for the first time tonight […]

Submission for Life Images Magazine

I’m entering a couple of photos for the Life Images magazine from Somerset. This is a nice photo journal style publication with inspiring photos and text, with image capture information. Submission dates are September 15th, December 15th, March 15th, and June 15th, the link is: http://www.stampington.com/html/wanna_get_published.html#lifeimages It was my wife Dorian who first brought me […]

Kentuck Knob

  Another FLW home, (note: NO photography inside the house, a major bummer which we informed of as we entered the home). Not as impressive as Fallingwater, but certainly inspired by genius and very intricate in detail. Currently the home is inhabited by an English Lord who has artwork and mementos spread throughout the home […]

Shenandoah National Park

 On our annual car migration from Jacksonville to Montréal we stopped first in Roanoke, VA and the next morning drove through the Shenandoah NP on our way up to PA. This park is located on the north end of the Blue Ridge Parkway and consists of a 105 mile drive through the park with various […]