Monday, April 13, 2009

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

sites, sites, sites!!!

checkout these: (street photography strictly) (documentary photographers)
conscientousphoto at (art house, lil documentary)

from hip, i.e. 3rd time I have tried to post!

Monday, March 30, 2009

Spring Break broke

Ok, so everyone is rested and has been photographing. My wife and I returned from our long-delayed honeymoon to Mexico, and I shot with my Holga and have not gotten my film processed as of yet. Ric Petry has urged people:
I'm going to give this one last shot because I think it's such a good
opportunity. For the third time, the Wexner Center has invited CCAD students
to participate in a special student symposium with the artists from the
Builders Association on Friday April 17th. They are asking that any student
who participate first attend the performance of "Continuous City on the
evening of the 16th for $10. I will pay for that. So..... They really need
information about if we are interested in participating in this. I really
hate to say that we are not but no one has expressed any interest in my
first 2 email about this. Here is the Web site for the piece.

Please let me know ASAP as I need to call Barbara Thatcher back.


LASTLY the great, brilliant and wonderful Helen Levitt has passed away and we are going to pay tribute to one of the greatest photographers of all time. Here is her obit from the Times:

Monday, March 16, 2009

LONG exposures in CBus,......INDIANA

Wife and I visited Columbus, Indiana over the weekend to visit the small town with big architectural gems. Shot often 2 second exposures, very tough to do.

Monday, March 9, 2009


re-injured my ankle, so no arnhold and no shooting!

Monday, March 2, 2009

My tribe

Adam, Curtis, and Keenan Browe were moving on sunday with the nearly undying support of Mo! E. Duncan street days goodbye! and hello Summit Ave! Much nicer place, and hopefully they will be finally moved in and warm for once! I helped for about 2 hrs. and in exchange got some very warn out and relaxed subjects, and a slice of pizza and a Dr. Pepper.