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
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
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
Stayed home all weekend, playing around with Photoshop.
Yeah, sorry. I couldn’t come up with a better title. One of the things about my photographic work is that I’m not really totally wanting to “just do photography.” In almost all of the images that I capture, I want to add something of an … Continue readingDon’t Feed the Dino!
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.
When I was in high school, I was fortunate to be able to take photography at a school that had a good-sized darkroom, with areas for processing color as well as black-and-white film and prints. To this day, I still remember the acrid smell and … Continue readingDigital “Darkroom”
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.
Is it real? Or is it Memorex a figurine in an antique shop in Oldtown Clovis, California?
Awhile back, I was given the opportunity to shoot The Mofo Party Band at Audie’s Olympic.
Sometimes, a photographer just has to play around a little.
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, … Continue readingGray Horse Band Member: Chris Pierce
“Home Alone” was followed by “Home Alone 2.” Since my last post was a play off of that movie and I wanted to post the same beautiful woman again, I’d be just as…uh…”creative” with my title.
This ain’t Macaulay Culkin we’re talkin’ ’bout here; this is Kaulin. Take a look and I’m sure you’ll agree: if she’s Home Alone, it’s by choice and it’s everyone’s disappointment.
First, apologies to the IE folks who haven’t been able to view the site. As noted elsewhere, I had to make significant code changes to the original theme. In the process, I left a “- ->” off the end of one line, which apparently confounded … Continue readingPhotoshop Painting
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.