Pittsburgh Adventure and New Directions

September 18th, 2012

I know it’s been a long time since my last post.  Sorry about that.  But you might as well get used to it.  I’m working on some different things these days and those things are not going to be posted in this blog.  I’m doing much less work with nude models now, although I expect to continue to shoot nudes from time to time.  And they’ll be posted here when I do.  Meanwhile I’m so far behind on editing the nude work I’ve already shot that I have plenty of stuff to post here through the rest of this year and beyond, even if I didn’t shoot anything new.  So this blog will continue for the time being and probably as long as I’m still able to hold a camera.

I am working hard on two new non-nude projects that I expect to be the main focus of my work for the next decade.  The first of these projects now has a little bit of work on line in a new blog that I’ve built just for it.  You can see the beginnings and read about the project at this new blog:  http://davelevingston.com/press/

And, here are a couple photos of Ayn and Sugar Dumpling from a trip we made over to Pittsburgh back in July.  I was going over to pick up prints from a gallery show.  We met my friend Sita Mae, who is a great photographer, and spent some time shooting at the gallery.

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Enjoy these for now.  There’s lots more to come from this summer’s shoots.  And please follow my new efforts on the new blog and let me know what you think.

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One Response to “Pittsburgh Adventure and New Directions”

  1. 1Robert
    September 18th, 2012 @ 5:48 pm

    The new blog looks very interesting. I’ve put a link just below my link for this one.

    Not as much a history in journalism but I’ve been around printing since I was a child. I remember my dad taking me to visit a friend and client who ran an old letter press business in the basement of an old building in a yet older town in NC. we would go at night after the pressmen had left. There would be just a few lights left on, those old cone shaped reflectors with a single bulb. I remember the air itself being black and those cones of light islands in the darkness.

    Much like your passion for journalism I’ve followed a love for the art of printing. Just like it’s close cousin the newspaper, it too has suffered the ravages of technological change.

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