One of those things was to review and organize my older photographs. That lead to the photographs below and the realization that for photographers, our passion, art and creative voice are housed in a small metal box of spinning disks called a hard drive. Only the best of these escape to be printed and framed or placed on a website for the world to see.
Don’t Ignore Your Photography Instincts Properly planning a photo shoot can mean the difference between an amazing result and a mediocre one. There is nothing worse than arriving at a location just after the best light has happened. So what do you do when your photography instincts want to override a well thought out plan? Good question. It is a question that might [...]
2013 was a growth year for my landscape photography. I invested more time in the craft and actively collaborated with other artists and photographers. I'm going to use the next few posts to show some of my photographs from this year that reflect this growth. This one is a hidden treasure. View of the Hudson River from Iona Island by Richard [...]
This is the last of a 3 part post about my trip leading a group of photographers to Harriman State Park in New York. Harriman State Park is a large park located only 30 miles from New York City. My group of photographers spent the balance of our trip wandering around the area photographing creeks and lakes. Sterling Lake This lake is [...]
This is the second of a 3 part post about my trip leading a group of photographers to Harriman State Park in New York Bear Mountain Bear Mountain Lodge is a historic inn built in 1910 along the Hudson River. The group of photographers I was leading trip seemed to like it here and spent a lot of time walking around the [...]
Note: Starting with this blog post I will be discussing a little bit of why and how I create my photographs. This is the first of a 3-part post on a recent photography field trip I lead to Harriman State Park in New York. Usually my trips to Harriman involve leading hikers wanting to visit remote lakes and vistas that are only accessible [...]
Stony Brook Cascade of Slid“In the world there is nothing more submissive and weak than water. Yet for attacking that which is hard and strong nothing can surpass it.” Lao-Tzu This Post was written before Hurricane Sandy slammed into the coast on New Jersey with such devastating results. It puts the thoughts I'm expressing here into an even better perspective. Water has [...]