Cuba 2017 Epilogue

Cuba 2017 Epilogue: For our seventh trip to Cuba, a lot of changes were rumored, including staying in casas instead of hotels, as the big travel agencies seem to have most of the rooms blocks. So, I didn’t know what to expect there. Because of the new travel...

Ellis Island Photo Tours- a look to 2017

Years ago, when I would tell my mom that I was going to photograph at a local venue, her reply would always be, “Haven’t you been there before?” And my reply to her reply would always be, “Well, yeah, mom, but it’s always...

Ellis Island Photo Tours

• Ellis Island Photo Tours September is our third photo tour in this incredible and historic site, in cooperation with Save Ellis Island, where we have unprecedented access to non-public areas and can use a tripod for maximum image quality. After one posting, we had...

Charleston 2016 workshop series epilogue

Charleston 2016 workshop series epilogue We just finished our annual Charleston Creativity workshop series. Our Visual Artistry workshop followed by our software intensive Digital Edge workshop were both attended by great individuals, inquisitive and eager to learn....

re-re-re-re-re-revisiting the Lonaconing Silk Mill

re-re-re-re-re-revisiting the Lonaconing Silk Mill After over a year hiatus, I went back to the Lonaconing silk mill with a couple dozen friends over the weekend. It’s always been fun, and this weekend was no exception. People came from as far away as Seattle,...

There’s only two kinds of photography…

When anyone asks about my favorite kind of photography, I instantly recall and re-quote the great Duke Ellington. When Duke was asked about his favorite kind of music, his reply was, “There are only 2 kinds of music, good and bad.” In my case,...