I’ve wanted to get something posted for a while now. In fact, I have a draft titled “Why I Photograph Nudes” that I’ve been working on off, and on, for more than a week. I was planning to post something about the upcoming ArtHop™ after that. … Continue readingArtHop™ February 2016: Jewel FM Gallery
One of my favorite types of photography is the Landscape. For me, shooting landscapes is a time of quiet concentration.
I spent the last several weeks in a state of extremely-heightened stress. You see, Nudes in November is coming up at the Sorensen Studio – in fact, the submission period for the 2014 show was yesterday – and I desperately wanted to come up with … Continue readingRunning Dry
Awhile back, a very, very, very dear friend of ours passed away. I had written this post at that time, but for reasons that are not important, I took it down. I really liked the image, and the majority of the post, but there were…issues. Not … Continue readingA Gathering of Old Friends
The subtitle for my website, which I think only shows up on mobile devices, is “The Photographic Art of Rick Horowitz.” There’s a reason I call it that, rather than “The Photography of Rick Horowitz.” Perhaps it’s because I live in an area of the … Continue readingMoon River
I have been remiss. I’m shooting, but haven’t felt much like blogging lately. So maybe I’ve got a few stacked up inside me here. Anyway, last night I went out driving around starting about 6 p.m. I didn’t have any idea what I was going … Continue readingThe Hills Are Alive
Field of Dreams? For some farmers, that’s just what onions are. Frankly, I don’t know a lot about onions. I like to eat ’em. That’s about it. Recently, I decided to start trying to shoot “agscapes,” as Ryan from Horn Photo called them when I … Continue readingDon’t Cry
This website, I think, is about to undergo another makeover. If you’ve paid any attention to me — and my infrequent blogging probably does not encourage that — you know that I keep re-designing the website. There are reasons for that which go beyond “I … Continue readingExcitement Over a Storm
I’m always amazed at just what I’m learning these days. I really hope that some day, I’ll be able to make a major part of my living off photography, and be able to devote even more time to improving my skills. Slowly, but surely, I’m … Continue readingThe Calm Beneath the Storm
A couple of days ago, I posted an image of my office manager made with my new tilt-shift lens.