Tuesday, February 20, 2018

All art is somehow obsessive but many photographers take it to extremes (where most of the best pictures are): extremes of place, extremes of climate, extremes of consciousness. In this blog, we are investigating those obsessions, i.e. the extremes photographers will go to make a point.

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BATEAUX: Boats,Ships and the Sea

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

I’m a landlubber.  NOT Melville’s “Ishmael”. I like my feet firmly planted on terra firma. Due to an accident of birth, I have always been of a mind that the blood relations forged on solid ground are thicker than those mixed with H2O. And although in my career as a photographer, I have driven, flown over or walked nearly one-third of the globe’s habitable landmass, I have spent an inordinate amount of time in the water. For the past several decades I have photographed every form of boat, ship, canoe, warship, and raft, even though I am out of place and always...a passenger.

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Join Us at Photo Plus Expo Oct 25-28 in NY

Friday, October 13, 2017

Join Lou and his Studio at Photo Plus Expo this Oct in NYC for a weekend of fun Photography Events.

Lou will be giving a NEW lecture based on his recent successful panAFRICAproject Kickstarter campaign. 

Crowd Funding: Exciting New Resources for Photographers

Thursday, October 26, 2017: 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

You can use this LINK to get a FREE Expo floor pass or 15% off your registration for the conference. 

Lou will also be doing print signings with Digital Silver Imaging at their Booth #164. 

Friday 27 October 2017 at 1:00pm

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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.