Selfie of a photographic artist

A homage to Molly McCall. While reviewing her Momento Vivere portfolio last year, she had created one image, Dissolved, that has really stayed with me. So while getting my eyes checked out earlier this year just as the pandemic was starting to break, I had to have this eye correction gear on to confirm that... Continue Reading →

Light and Space Movement

Yesterday I discussed my Zombie Photography process, which lends itself to my process-based abstractions, while I see this is just one step in the making of my final artwork. The real goal is to develop a lumenescent print that emphasize how the colors, shapes and forms change as the viewer's perception of the artwork shifts.... Continue Reading →

DSLR surprises?

Recently when I wrote about being surprised when I returned to the studio to find a totally unexpected as well as unimaginable landscape, I was poked about being surprised about the resulting images. If I were on a commercial shoot, I would probably being evaluating each frame, as a client is not going to pay... Continue Reading →

Re-imagined unimaginable landscape

This is the third post in a string about imagining a landscape, while last post I reflected on being surprised on finding landscape photographs that I had not pre-visualized (imagined). My theory is that once you realize that a certain type of photographic image may result from a given set of circumstances (sorry, the scientist... Continue Reading →

Unimaginable Landscape

When I discussed an imagined landscape earlier this week, one of the responses back from Ann Mitchell, who inspired the article, was the question; are not all landscape photographs imagined? My initial response was yes, I guess so based on what I wrote about pre-visualization. But that in turn made me think, what about a... Continue Reading →

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