National Camera Day 2020

National Camera Day was actually yesterday, but I had a full schedule to work on, thus while taking notice, I had to defer writing anything about it. In thinking about it this morning, I realized that this might be an opportunity or a two-fer, part illustrating my favorite film rig in action and second riffing... Continue Reading →

Purple Fringe

A quick shout-out about my discovery of purple fringe and what to do about controlling it, which is not to be confused with the song Purple Rain. Although humming Purple Rain while working on this digital manifestation I find does seem to help reduce stress. As a black and white film photographer who has incorporated digital color... Continue Reading →

Preparing a print for a new home

I am in the midst of preparing one of my Bewilderment photographic prints for a new home, courtesy of Los Angles Center of Photography's (LACP) Artsy.net exhibition this month, which runs through June 30th, that I announced earlier. This is one of five of the smaller print versions, image size is 7" x 8-3/4" floating on a... Continue Reading →

Getting out side with some film today

I took a short break-out walk with the camera and some expired 120 film today. First time out with a non-digital camera since the California COVID shelter-in-place order in early March. While wearing my mask, of course. Since my pro-lab was shut down, sort of lost my inspiration to shoot film if I could not... Continue Reading →

LACP Fundraising Artsy.net exhibition

I am honored to be participating in the Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP) members fundraising exhibition which is being hosted on-line with Artsy.net. This is a short exhibition time-frame, June 16th through June 30th. I think that this is a nice response to the current COVID-19 conditions, which is a win-win for LACP and... Continue Reading →

Memory Pods > 3D virtual exhibition

I am very honored to be included in a new 3-Dimensional virtual gallery exhibition with Fabrik Projects, Here Comes the Sun, featuring artwork from my Memory Pod series. On top of that, the Beatles (hopefully the exhibition title seems just a little familiar) was one of my favorite bands in the late 1960's. I had... Continue Reading →

Military munitions may be present…

At the start of this year everybody in my neighborhood received an ominous packet from the Department of the Army, Los Angeles District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The letter from the U.S. Army, as well as the enclosed pamphlet, were printed in both English as well as Spanish reminding everyone that we... Continue Reading →

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