Black and White Photography

Joshua Tree, Again Part 1

2017-12-09T10:00:29-05:00December 9th, 2017|

Seeing Differently in Black and White. On our fourth trip to Joshua Tree National Park and I wanted to try something different, but wasn't sure what. So I decided to let the Park show me the way. The challenge to every photographer is keeping inspired by a place you return to many times. Whether you photograph frequently in your own locale, or [...]

Photography at Kirby’s Mill in New Jersey

2017-06-06T18:55:49-04:00June 6th, 2017|

Creating a Photography Challenge My wife is a quilter which means I am often accompanying her to quilt shows. By the way, I'm a willing participant because seeing this beautiful fabric art is very inspiring for my photography. One of these quilt shows was held at the historic Kirby's Mill, a restored grist mill, in Medford New Jersey. At this show my inspiration turned out to be not just [...]

Delaware River

2017-05-19T10:36:40-04:00February 19th, 2013|

Sorry for the dormant blog but life can get away from you sometimes and I've been experimenting. I have to thank two friends for helping to inspire me. Denise Bush who introduced me to some great techniques and Tom Johnson-Medland who, contrary to the Dos Equis beer commercial, is actually the most interesting man in the world. Tom writes books and is interested in collaborating with me on [...]