I mean that in the best sense…as in “geared up.” I’m all packed and my Black Foil from LEE Filters arrived just in time for the trip. I’m ready to […]
This new book from Rocky Nook goes out on a limb—or. rather. it encourages the reader to climb out there. The Wild Side of Photography: Unconventional and Creative Techniques for […]
Zoom Street Magazine is seeking photos in “the Noir style” for a special upcoming issue. If you shoot on the dark side or are tempted to explore, here’s your opportunity. […]
Rare Nikon D90 newspaper promotion (circa who knows?) aimed at female photojournalists and housewives. Included coupon (not shown) offered a rebate. SOURCE: The Conquest Archive.
Actually, the camera here is a Nikon D70, NOT a D90.
“The photographer is an armed version of the solitary walker reconnoitering, stalking, cruising the urban inferno, the voyeuristic stroller who discovers the city as a landscape of voluptuous extremes. Adept […]
It was about 80-degrees last night around 9PM. Too hot to stay indoors, so I drove to the mall in Terra Linda. Outside a pair of restaurants is a public […]
In a previous post I reported on the Nissin Digital Power Pack PS300. Wanted to let you know the unit will be reviewed in the September issue of Zoom Street, […]
The title doesn’t tell the story of this post—my 400th! In fact, there is no story except maybe Waiting For Godot. True, that’s my bag and it’s waiting to be […]
I was in San Geronimo Valley this weekend on assignment for American Forests magazine. This pastoral setting in Marin County is home to Spawn- an environmental group restoring native plants […]