Speedlights & Speedlites

A Workshop and Book Signing with Lou Jones!
Hunt's Photo and Video
Saturday, May 3, 2014
from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EDT)
Melrose, MA
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The Chimp Sheet : Pixel Peeping

Friday, March 28, 2014





CHIMPING, verb 1) In digital photography, the group or individual activity after taking a picture

of reviewing the results on the LCD & admiring the results with "ooh ooh ahh ahh" similar to

monkey or ape's vocalizations. 2) The act of gaining sexual pleasure by throwing ones

excrement...

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Gallery Show: Every Color Has A Different Song

Friday, September 6, 2013

Every Color Has A Different Song

Photographs by Lou Jones
Roxbury Community College
September 9th_October 4th 2013

Opening Reception: September 12th 6-8 pm
Joan Resnikoff Gallery, RCC
123 Columbus Avenue
Roxbury, MA



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Collecting Photographers: Jay Maisel

Saturday, August 10, 2013

 
My assistant and I were racing, doing almost 80mph on two lane roads. Driving directly north. Risking life and limb. Obviously we were in a hurry. 
 
I had been teaching commercial photography at the MAINE PHOTOGRAPHIC WORKSHOP all week but I got a special assignment back in Boston that I could not pass up. My assistant and I drove down late the night before the job and were well rested for the early morning shoot. The only problem was I was supposed to present at the weekly "all-campus" lecture that same night. We finished the shoot a little late and set out on the long journey back to Rockport, Maine. Traffic was terrible. We crept along behind vacationing tourists, slow moving RVs and an inadequate highway system. 

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About This Blog

blog (blŏg, bläg) n. 1. short for Weblog 2. online personal journal with reflections, comments, and often hyperlinks provided by the writer 3. diary that is posted on the Internet 4. an experiment to verbalize my observations about the status of photography. It will be eclectic & deal with philosophy & practice of this universal art form. It will strive for periodic commentary about issues many photographers face, like ownership and the economy. It will also talk about pictures and what makes good ones and how to get them. No hardware. No software. No recycled clichés. No whining.