Then & Now

  While reading an old newsletter from John Sexton I came upon this perspective by David Hibbard. It is still as relevant now as it was then. THEN AND NOW – AN INTERESTING PERSPECTIVE BY DAVID HIBBARD THEN: Almost nobody was a photographer. NOW: Everybody...
More on taking your time

More on taking your time

While I was visiting my daughter I brought her a portfolio of prints. The prints were of nudes I had done when she was a model for me. Some people are squeamish about hearing of family members being nude models for relatives no matter the relationship. She was an...

Health and creativity

I have recently started to get back to the creative aspects of photography after a health issue. It came as a bit of a surprise to me at how I really did not have the inclination or long term desire to work. I had several projects that needed attention and no matter...

Treasured links to the past

I have been going through my speed graphic view camera case that is packed with old camera equipment. I was thinking about making a change as far as using my OM 4 for making images and then scanning them as opposed to only using the digital camera. As a film...

Specializing in the Arts

Last night as I was working on some images and editing it occurred to me that I was not one sided or one dimensional as many of, in reality most of my friends, family and acquaintances are. This is not a criticism but an observation about my creative inspirations. I...