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Photography, 13 Books

July 6, 2011


Recently my friend Kat asked me to recommend some photography books. As mentioned before, for me photography is about the realization of the print. Images on the screen may be a step in that process, but are generally not an end in themselves. I shoot film, mostly B&W. I print my shots in the dark […]

Once Black…

May 19, 2011


A few years ago, my friend Beth and  I stumbled on a Brett Weston exhibit at the Currier Gallery in Manchester, NH. This was seriously one of the coolest shows I’ve ever seen. Brett was the son of the influential photographer Edward Weston, Brother of Cole Weston, and father of Kim Weston, also both photographers.  […]

The Zone System and Why You Should Care (Even if you shoot digital)

May 18, 2011


I just started this blog, and already I see the need to lay some ground work on the Zone System. So much has been written about this that this post is entirely redundant and superfluous, but I already had it in the can, so it is easy for me to repost. If it interests you […]