Monthly Archives: May 2012

Turkey with a Holga

I do wish I had taken more photos with the Holga while in Turkey. It is very easy to get carried away with all the choices on the digital camera–black and white, depth of field, shutter speed, etc. The Nikon

Turkey with a Holga

I do wish I had taken more photos with the Holga while in Turkey. It is very easy to get carried away with all the choices on the digital camera–black and white, depth of field, shutter speed, etc. The Nikon

Artsy Fartsy

Someone I work with is exhibiting her work at a local market. She is just about to graduate from high school. I started talking about photography with her. I figured she must have a reasonably deep interest if she took

Artsy Fartsy

Someone I work with is exhibiting her work at a local market. She is just about to graduate from high school. I started talking about photography with her. I figured she must have a reasonably deep interest if she took

Travel with a Holga and a DSLR

The Holga comes with me when I travel. I enjoy the instant gratification of my digital SLR but really adore the personality of the Holga. I’ve carried it places where the larger camera would not be practical. It’s gone with

Travel with a Holga and a DSLR

The Holga comes with me when I travel. I enjoy the instant gratification of my digital SLR but really adore the personality of the Holga. I’ve carried it places where the larger camera would not be practical. It’s gone with

Keith Carter

I’ve been fortunate enough to hear Keith Carter speak on two separate occasions. His images are like his speaking style, relaxed and unhurried. Each moment is savored. Two things he said impressed me and influenced me. Every image he makes

Keith Carter

I’ve been fortunate enough to hear Keith Carter speak on two separate occasions. His images are like his speaking style, relaxed and unhurried. Each moment is savored. Two things he said impressed me and influenced me. Every image he makes

Photos of the People You Meet

A missed opportunity on that Mt. Rainier hike back in 2005 made me vow to make a photo of everyone I talk to while traveling.  (Mountaineers hiking back down from summiting that morning dressed in blues and reds against a

Photos of the People You Meet

A missed opportunity on that Mt. Rainier hike back in 2005 made me vow to make a photo of everyone I talk to while traveling.  (Mountaineers hiking back down from summiting that morning dressed in blues and reds against a

Ray K. Metzker

Grad school was filled with stories most told by my mentor, Jerry Lake. His stories could be deep with meaning, rich with humor… or both all at once. We made him repeat this story over and over again. It’s punch

Ray K. Metzker

Grad school was filled with stories most told by my mentor, Jerry Lake. His stories could be deep with meaning, rich with humor… or both all at once. We made him repeat this story over and over again. It’s punch

Turkey: Cappadocia and Goreme

I arrived in Goreme early in the morning and wandered around while the town was waking up. The ride in provided a preview of the wonderful sites of this area. The area is filled with tufa domes (or fairy chimneys),

Turkey: Cappadocia and Goreme

I arrived in Goreme early in the morning and wandered around while the town was waking up. The ride in provided a preview of the wonderful sites of this area. The area is filled with tufa domes (or fairy chimneys),