Archive for October, 2012

2 New issues of Notebook:: Playa Yucateca & Mayan Stones

Two more Notebook: issues: Notebook:: Playa Yucateca Ten photographs of sun, sand and surf taken in the vicinity of Tulum, Mexico. and Notebook:: Mayan Stones Photographs of the Mayan Ruins in Tulum and Chichen Ityza.


Rough weather is coming through. Hope everyone is safe out there.

Notebook: Beacon

I have a backlog of instant prints from various trips taken over the summer. This is the first of several Notebook: issues that will feature these photographs; three more will follow shortly. As the blurb below notes, Notebook: Beacon is a selection of ten instant Fuji prints made in and around Beacon, NY on the […]

The New Copyright Economy

I attended the ASPP’s symposium this morning on the New Copyright Economy. The keynote speech by Christopher Reed was interesting in a wonky way, but the moment that stuck in my mind was an exchange between the ASMP’s Eugene Mopsik and the New Yorker’s Lynn Oberlander. Eugene asked Lynn about additional compensation for creators when […]

Notebook: Night Sky

In a follow up to my previous post, I’ve finished another issue of NoteBook:, Night Sky. This latest issue includes photographs of the night sky over Kokadjo, Maine. You can download a free digital copy or purchase a print copy here. Notebook:: Night Sky Notebook: Night Sky is a selection of nine black and white […]

Another Darling Quote

be curious and adventurous and go out and find things -Dennis Darling via I Love Texas Photo

Under the Radar

I don’t have a website. I’ve never tweeted. I’ve never even texted. I have a job. All young photographers want to be famous, but I came to the conclusion a long time ago that it was too much work. You always have to be out there selling yourself. It’s just something I don’t want to […]

Wiesel Foundation Honors Tom Hanks

Last night I was photographing the Elie Wiesel Foundation’s gala in which it honored Tom Hanks. Loop Seven hired me to provide additional and specific coverage of the event to fill and expand its coverage. Christiane Amanpour hosted the event; Elie Wiesel spoke eloquently on memory and the value of remembering; Sting sang a set; […]

There is still value in hiring a photographer…

I just read a review on dpreview.com about a bell shaped lighting diffuser that allows one to create better macro shots with just a cellphone. The idea is, I assume, that small businesses or retailers who need photographs of small things will use this device combined with their cellphone to get better photographs that rival […]