Tony Ray-Jones

I’m sitting here thinking that it is time to write a post. I can’t believe that as long as I have had this blog, I have never posted anything about Tony Ray-Jones. He is one the first big influences on my work. I can remember coming across a small portfolio of his images in ModernContinue reading “Tony Ray-Jones”

Hans Namuth

Back in the late 1980s I had a show at the “Helio Gallery” in the East Village where I was living. I walked in one late Saturday afternoon to see how things were going. The gallery owner told me that a man came in, looked around and was interested in one of my images. HeContinue reading “Hans Namuth”

How Kodak Squandered Every Single Digital Opportunity It Had

https://mashable.com/2012/01/20/kodak-digital-missteps/ BY PETE PACHAL Kodak has finally formalized what had been expected for years — it’s gone bankrupt. In the past 15 years, digital technology changed photography dramatically, and Kodak, a former heavyweight in the analog film business, got left behind. That’s the story of Kodak in the broadest of strokes, though it doesn’t capture the full (ifContinue reading “How Kodak Squandered Every Single Digital Opportunity It Had”

Joel Meyerowtiz Interview 2020

I like Meyerowitz’s street work, especially that of the 1960s and 1970s. I find it to be his most interesting. Though I usually have a hard time listening to him speak, I find his words a bit “over the top”, this interview is worthwhile to listen to. https://www.lensculture.com/articles/joel-meyerowitz-ready-for-surprise-joel-meyerowtiz-interview-2020