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Snitch Culture

We are in the middle of a health Crisis that seems to be co-opted to alienate us form each other. We are told to stay home by people that have little to loose by “Staying Home”. The old shouldn’t talk to the young for they may become infected. We have a governor that is a multi-millionaire. He tells us that we have to stay in our houses “until further notice”. He uses an ambiguous and potentially unobtainable metric that will convince him to set us free. Our civil rights are violated in several ways everyday and yet the majority of…

Life in the Underground

The Underground is an interesting place to exist. Although the census counts millions of people that inhabit the zone, we all live alone. For Instance, the Wizard only shows up on the beaches of Oceanside to laugh at the fools and check out the Bikinis. He likes the juke on the main drag. He says the dirty fries are the best in the city. I should talk to him but I won’t. I have imagined an entire back story for this old man and I’m sure he will ruin it. So I will let him play the role that I…

The Mundane

We celebrate Edward Weston as one of the great photographers of the 20th century. His body of work includes Portraiture and studies of the natural world. He is known for a series called “Pepper”. Of which “Pepper No. 30” Is considered a master piece. At what point does the mundane become art? The mundane is the world around us. We live in the mundane on a daily basis. Warhol was known for Pop Art. Pop art is an art movement that emerged in the United Kingdom  and the United States during the late 1940s to the mid- to late-1950s. Who calls the shots? Art can…

Fury!

Sometimes part is better than whole. We can be inundated with photos of cars and other large forms that are so complicated that we get lost in the image. Vintage automobiles tend to have identifiable traits, like grill, fender, hood ornament or tail fins. These traits can be exploited by a savvy shooter. Notice three things about this image that I think are important. The first is that it is Back-lit. I didn’t really have a choice here but I like the way it turned out. Back lighting can cause lens flare but that isn’t always bad. Second, notice the…

Looking Into The Orange Street Alley

I was stuck for something to shoot. I had heard about a place in Redlands California. It is an alley with muralism and multicolored umbrellas as the overhead cover. It is located on Orange Street so it is call “The Orange Street Alley”. This is one of my favorite Street photos. The color and the shadow work well together. Besides it’s just plain cool.

Imagine & Create

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Focus & Radius

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Film Shooting In Studio

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