Monthly Archives: March 2012

View 221: Syracuse St. Patrick’s Day Parade

For thirty years, the Syracuse St. Patrick’s Day Parade has had to put up with snow, sleet, cold, rain and wind.  Never has it had the day it had this year. Blue skies and temperatures in the low 70’s F … Continue reading

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Deep Photos

Last week I read David duChemin’s ebook, A Deeper Frame, from Craft & Vision.  Normally a book by David is very..well, deep.  In this 22-page ebook, he talks about how to create photos with spacial depth in the flat medium … Continue reading

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Late Winter, Early Spring

In John Denver’s Rocky Mountain High album, he wrote a series of songs and music called the Season Suite.  The track titled Late Winter, Early Spring was a guitar instrumental and is a lovely piece of music which captures the … Continue reading

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Abstracts in Motion

Motion photography is often referred to as a kind of abstract imagery.  Long exposures can transform something familiar into something else. A favorite place I like to play with long exposures is on the New York State Fair Midway with … Continue reading

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Syracuse Photography Workshop

Announcing something very exciting.  I will be assisting photographer Phil Spitze in his upcoming photography workshop in Syracuse, New York on Thursday, April 12, 2012.  Click the ad for more information and to reserve your spot today!

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