Category Archives: People

“For What We See Is What We Are”

I haven’t thought of Ernst Haas in years. Every so often I come across an image of his and it sparks a wonderful teenage memory. Haas was a photojournalist and  pioneering color photographer. I was lucky to discover him very … Continue reading

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Do Not Bend: The Photographic Life of Bill Jay

Bill Jay was the first editor of the highly influential “Creative Camera” magazine, in the late 1960s. He is the author of more than 20 books on the history and criticism of photography, and roughly 400 essays, lectures and articles. … Continue reading

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I have my home…

There is the realization that I might never travel to places that I long to see. There are places that I might never return to as well. My life path and finances might be straight and narrow, but its depth … Continue reading

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My LensCulture Submission Review

There are various points I will respond to, what do you think of this review? Be honest please. Dear Keith Goldstein, Thanks so much for sharing your images with us at LensCulture. Your photographs share an engaged sense of interactions … Continue reading

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Street Photography Awards 2017

Click on the link below and share the love please!!! https://www.lensculture.com/street-photography-awards-2017/event-submission/352719?utm_campaign=104-submit&utm_content=submit&utm_medium=social&utm_source=fb-social  

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Thoughts of Francesca

How far do we step inside of ourselves? Have a look beneath the skin? Is it vanity? It it a search for truth? Justice? The American Way? I look at the work of Francesca Woodman and see I work that … Continue reading

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Shadow Self

When I first picked up a camera, coming from years of painting, sculpture, and printmaking, I always wondered how I could put myself physically within the image. How could I show my “hand”? A question that I always think about, … Continue reading

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