Sydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia

Personal Milestone

As any artist will tell you, it takes time to develop your creative eye, your style, and your identity. I believe that it literally takes a lifetime. With any journey, there are always peaks, valleys, and plateaus. One of the purposes of this blog of mine has been to document my progress along this road […]

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Choosing my next camera: Fight it or switch it

Recently, I made a decision to buy a new camera. It was a dilemma we all face at one time or another as photographers: when is the right time to buy a new camera? You know how it is: you have a pot of gold which, for the average person, often has an expiration date. […]

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Oakland Papermill, Manchester, CT

End Of The Line

Since 2008, I had visited three abandoned mills in my area. This was part of a study of mine to explore the impact of time on textures, shapes, and form. My efforts evolved into a new black and white series called End Of The Line. I have always been fascinated by the sense of history […]

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Explorer Of Light

How can light change the way that a person views a commonplace object? This is a question my friend and photographer Stan Marchut has been asking ever since he picked up a camera. An object in the wrong light is just another object that the eye sees and dismisses once it is recognized. But put […]

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In The Cloud

Recently, I decided to commit to Adobe’s latest cloud package deal. This plan calls for a monthly subscription that includes both Lightroom and Photoshop and Bridge, as well as a few other “freebies”, like access to Behance. There has been a lot of controversy over cloud subscriptions on many of the popular photography forums like […]

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