Hello Again

Hello Again It's been far too long since we've had any updates, far too long. I can't say why we abandoned you but let's say that life happened. My comrades and I burned out on photography while we all went through some major changes. I can't get into their lives but...
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Letting Go

At some point this stopped being fun. Not just this blog, but the entire photographic process. Before I go any further, think about that first sentence for a minute. A hobby that became turned into passion isn't fun anymore. It had gotten tedious and trying. Like any...
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Photographers: Take Notice

As a photographer, you are not an artist. As a photographer, you are merely documenting life and other peoples works of art. As a photographer, you do not create art, you do not create anything, you simply take pictures of what others have created, including God's...
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Photography: For Money or Love?

Photography. Why did you start taking photos? What do you hope to get from the act of being a "photographer"? The first question is easy to answer for most of us. You may have bought a camera to capture your child's first step. It could have been because you needed to...
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A Realization

Over the past month or so I just had not been feeling it.  Work was piling up, other interests were interceding, and the camera, aw that damned camera, was becoming a liability.  And having been on Flickr for nearly 2 1/2 years, I was growing tired of seeing the same...
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Get Exposure

I thought I’d write up a quick post on the alternatives to Flickr. I am by no means an expert in this area but I know that some of you have been looking for a way to learn about photography or a place to present your images off Flickr. Flickr I know a lot of us use...

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Never Knew Love Like This Before

I've been in a new relationship for about a week now.  I know, I know.  It hasn't been very long.   And  it's awfully early to be blabbing about this to all of you.  But it's got me giddy.  I certainly don't want to jinx it.  Still, I've just got to spill the...

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Tell a Story

Often times when I go out to shoot there's no set agenda on what I want to capture.  I'll head downtown and begin walking around looking for things that seem attention worthy.  For example, there are several homeless people that congregate in a park.  I'll often snap...

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I Fought The Law

Story time!  Back when I lived in NYC, I rode the subway all.the.time.  I also liked to take photographs on the subway all.the.time.  One evening, after a a tasty but overpriced meal with a dear friend in the Village, I parted ways with my friend at West 4th and...

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Risk and Reward

By Guest Blogger Abe Novy: Recently, Brad asked me to do a guest post for the blog and suggested the possibility of using a recent processing technique I had learned as a subject.  I thought of doing this, and then realized that I’d really just be using someone else’s...

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Don’t Worry About the Bread

While thinking about our current theme, Transformations, I remembered one of my favorite quotes. American author, Barbara Kingsolver said, "If we can't, as artists, improve on real life, we should put down our pencils and go bake bread." Personally, I don't think...

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