Browsing All posts tagged under »Jahnavi Barnes«

The Sky Was Falling; And I Didn’t Catch It

May 16, 2012


Wow, it’s been so long since I posted, I don’t even recognize the UI. I could give the litany of excuses: medium format camera and lens bit the dust, ebay replacement arrived broken, new job (5 in the last year), and started two new companies. Maybe more about those some other time, but they are […]

How Crappy Software Makes Good Photos

June 23, 2011


A meandering post on project management and photography… A few years ago, after Microsoft laid off a bunch of people and decided all of us non-essential writer types were overpaid, I decided to make a “career” move and go from writing to project management. That was about four years ago, and I haven’t done a […]

Why B&W?

May 20, 2011


Right? I mean it made total sense when the world was black and white. If you think about it, and apparently I do think about these things, when B&W was all there was it made sense. But why does it endure now? Now, you either have to convert from color on your digital cameras, or […]

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.  […]