Fresh, pine needles on a marble floor, thousands of skinny candles, hundreds of votives, resin-thickened fires, the flapping of roosters, the laying-on of hands, gentle chanting and the rattle of homemade rockets above the cathedral.
Prisoners and a guard return to the prison barracks at the end of a day in the fields. Angola Maximum Security State Prison, Louisiana 2012
Okay, this is going to be a quick and messy review. My example shots were taken pretty casually and without the help of a tripod (which makes split field filters as lot easier to deal with). First, definitions A … Continue reading
This review is embarrassingly long in coming. Not that there is a legion of photo gear-heads out there clamoring for my opinion of this little device but it was given to me as a Christmas present, so it is about … Continue reading
It’s almost impossible to explain the depth of the relationship and the devotion that develops between a Grandparent and a their adult Grandchildren. Of course, Grandparents love to have all of their relatives, big and small, around them, but … Continue reading
Yesterday on Lake Bruin was about as fine a day as a man or dog could ask for. It was also a nice day to play around with some new software. DxO Labs has long been the gold standard … Continue reading
I had a nice time setting up an in-progress portrait with the Baton Rouge Arts Council’s Artist in Residence, Jonathan Brilliant. We talked about the Carolina’s, the rural driving age of 14 that prevailed in both South Carolina (his … Continue reading
It’s been a year since I was in China, time to review the images from back then.
I am an unapologetic super fan of Okkervil River’s music. Below is a link to their website and a link to their music on iTunes. If you have the time or inclination to give them a listen, I hope … Continue reading
I was recently approached by the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge to help document the arts in our city. Baton Rouge will never be New Orleans (for many reasons), but we do have a vibrant and unique arts community … Continue reading
I was able to slip down to Grand Isle for a couple of days to read Moby Dick and photograph the closest thing we have to a Caribbean island here in Louisiana. It is a unique sort of pleasure … Continue reading