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”

1:50PM “Across the Aisle”

Provokr

Late last week Provokr Magazine published some imagery from “Homage to Manhatta”. What a wonderful writeup! Please enjoy! Provokr Keith Goldstein’s photography series “Manhatta” is bold, beautiful and filled with the wonder of a boy mesmerized by the soaring architecture and light that makes Manhattan so unique. Goldstein was heavily influenced by the 1921 film Manhatta by Paula Strand and Charles Sheeler. ItContinue reading “Provokr”

“God Does Crap”

A number of years ago, during a stint of unemployment, I was assisting a friend, a still-life photographer out in his Brooklyn studio. One day, after a day’s shoot, we went into Manhattan to drop off the film and while we waited for it to be processed by the lab, we had dinner and drinks.Continue reading ““God Does Crap””

On Garry Winogrand

As I age I believe my work speaks truer to what I need to express. I’ve been lucky to have met many of the photographers that influence my work in some way. As a young man while in school, I worked part time in a large camera store where I sold darkroom equipment and supplies.Continue reading “On Garry Winogrand”