Group Summer Show on Artsy.net

  Fabrik Projects gallery has just hosted on Artsy.net their  Summer Group Show,  which I am honored be included with two my photographs (including Ghost II, above) from my Memory Pods project. A very nice and continuing validation of this botanical series that investigates aging and memory. The Summer Group Show will be on exhibition at the... Continue Reading →

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Photo-blogging – What works?

  A few days back I has asked the rhetorical question Why (Photo) Blog? Needless to say I think I provided a lot of good reasons to consider starting a photo-blog. The question I get pinged the most is; what works? How can you create a potentially successful photo-blog to achieve what you want? So... Continue Reading →

Portfolio Reviews – Is this for you?

  Last week I triggered a bit of a discussion on FlakPhoto's Facebook group with the announcement of the Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP) 2019 Exposure an event that includes portfolio reviews, talks, seminars, workshops and now a book competition. The FlakPhoto discussion went quickly sideways and was really off-kilter; a shallow focus only on... Continue Reading →

Early Bird discount now available – LACP Exposures – Portfolio Reviews & more

  The early bird discount is now available for September's LACP's 2019 Exposures event, primarily organized around three days of Portfolio Reviews in conjunction with Workshops, Seminars, Networking, Portfolio Walk and just recently announced, a photobook competition & exhibition. The Early Bird discount ends August 1st. Friday – Sunday, September 13-15, 2019 at Hotel MdR, a... Continue Reading →

Why (Photo) Blog?

  This is my perspective after being a photo-blogger for over ten years. This blog that you are reading is still on-going for that entire time, anther one is now a magazine and for another it's busy supporting a SoCal photo group. Oh, I have also started and killed four blogs, but more about those... Continue Reading →

Post Instagram world?

  There is an interesting article by Josh Rose, an LA professional photographer, posted in Medium about the latest changes at Instagram as to how these effect professional photographers. First, interesting to read how pros had adapted to the early stages of Instagram in terms of how to create jobs and income, and what were... Continue Reading →

Time for a change

  So after 10 years I have been thinking that it might be time for a make-over of my photo-blog. Duh. I am not sure just how I want this blog to look so I have been poking some different layout templates and accidentally clicked on the one you see today. (2019 note: it was... Continue Reading →

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 →

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