Ode to Father’s Day

  What can you say about Father's Day that perhaps has not already been said; it's one of the one days for the guys who are dad's. We come in all shapes and sizes. Thank goodness! This day for me is also bittersweet as my father has been gone for too long, but that does... Continue Reading →

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End of NYT Lens blog

  I just noted the tweet by PDN that stated the New York Times is ceasing (aka go on "hiatus") their photo blog Lens, which was started about 10 years ago. Perhaps the NYT wants to send out a trial balloon about stopping this blog to obtain the reader response to its pending demise; if there... Continue Reading →

Horns of a dilemma

Library copyright 2019 Douglas Stockdale I have a bit of a problem which can be brief summarized as being related to one of the principals of physics; two physical objects cannot occupy the same space at the same time. Realistically I did not need to complete my physics class to understand this principal. This issue... Continue Reading →

Now a magazine publisher

Bookcase, copyright 2019 Douglas Stockdale As readers of this photo-blog know I have self-published three artist books and two photo-technical books as well as founding the photo-book-blog The PhotoBook (most recently what become The PhotoBook Journal). Something that I have been considering for a long while is to convert the the photo-book-blog into a full... Continue Reading →

Middle Ground – San Diego site morphing

I-5 Southbound, San Diego, February 2019 copyright 2019 Douglas Stockdale First, this is not meant to be an inspiring photograph as it's a cell phone drive-by grab shot. Essentially a quick visual note about the evolving demolition of the I-5 middle plant divider as this freeway winds down along the Pacific Ocean coast in San... Continue Reading →

Brainstorming at PhotoLA 2019

Studio E. R., copyright 2018 Mark Ruwedel Last weekend I had an opportunity to participate as a panelist for a discussion about photo books during PhotoLA 2019. A subject dear to my heart. As a result, I completed the hour and half drive up to Santa Monic for three of the four days for this... Continue Reading →

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