Or, as we used to call them, “self-portrait.” This “selfie” was shot in my studio, using a timer. I haven’t done a self-portrait in a very long time. In fact, even longer than before my last blog posts—haha, or LOL, or whatever the new parlance is. Not much to say about this, but I felt…
Yesterday being Halloween, my office manager’s daughter flew by with her “Good Witch” costume. I knew she was coming, of course, so the studio was well-prepared.
Well, new things are happening at So Shoot Me!™.
Bunny Chafowitz (my wife, whose real name is Denise Chaffee), said I could post this one if I want. (She’s pretty much against my using her as a guinea pig.)
My friend and mentor, attorney David Mugridge, called me a couple weeks ago to say that his son James was graduating from San Joaquin College of Law today.
Awhile back, I was given the opportunity to shoot The Mofo Party Band at Audie’s Olympic.
Chris Pierce is a good friend of mine. Recently, the band in which he plays bass — the Gray Horse — was playing at a local nightspot. When I arrived to watch, I learned that a photographer they were expecting had not yet shown up, so I offered to go get my camera.
I haven’t done a very good job of blogging anywhere lately, least of all here. I have, however, been fairly active in my photographic hobby. Some of the images I’ve posted have been to a new website I joined which is NSFW — for those who insist they are interested, the website is SuicideGirls. Most images…
About a year ago, I did a series of assignments for The Fresno Bee. This shot is from an assignment to shoot a night of a choir from one of the Visalia high schools performing what turned out to be a really professional night of beautiful music.
I haven’t posted in awhile. It’s not that I dropped photography; it’s just business with other things and disappointment at the current WordPress theme.
I’m not going to say much about the gentleman in this image. As the saying goes, “If I told you, I’d have to kill you.” Or, at the very least, I’d have to waterboard you with several gallons of vodka to make you forget anything important that I might’ve said.
Once in awhile, I get a wild hair and want to test what I’m able to do. Erin’s impromptu portrait is an example.