That’s how it seems I’ve been working lately: day and night, night and day. This Thursday, October 2, 2014, from 5 p.m. until at least 7 p.m., I have my first ArtHop™ exhibition at the downtown Citibank at Kern & M Streets in Fresno. If … Continue readingDay & Night
Just so you know, I don’t only shoot agricultural images when I shoot landscapes. Last weekend, I went to Berkeley for an Evidence seminar — my “regular” job is as a criminal defense attorney — and naturally I took along all my camera equipment.
Bunny Chafowitz and I were making plans to go out at 4 a.m. this morning to try to catch some sunrise “agscapes.” Unfortunately, my day job got in the way of being able to adequately scout out locations. Since I had no idea where we might … Continue readingHow the Sun Rolls at Night
Well, actually, there’s no such thing as old River Park in Fresno. There’s just River Park. I called it “Old” River Park because of the treatment I gave to the image — about which I’ll say more below.
I bought myself a new camera lens the day before yesterday. It’s a lens I’ve been drooling over; wanting to own for at least as long as I’ve known about its existence over a year ago. I finally bit the bullet, so to speak, and … Continue readingA Question of Depth
Tuvia Matai Bobalah is one of my favorite subjects to shoot.
A we got wet, a we got wet. A we got wet, a we got wet.