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Back to the Studio

Friday, October 20th, 2017

Getting back to trying to catch up on my editing. Well, it was more than a year ago when I moved out of my studio in the Front Street Buildings in Dayton. I had a studio in that complex for something like 15 years…maybe more, I forget. During that time I had accumulated a lot […]

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Ayn of Ties

Thursday, September 14th, 2017

Back when I still had my studio Ayn wanted to do a shoot with a bunch of ties. What Ayn wants, Ayn gets, as far as I’m concerned. So this is what we came up with. That’s right, folks, Ayn didn’t even get naked for this shoot. I hope you aren’t too disappointed. After we […]

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More From My Trip

Tuesday, September 6th, 2016

Thought I’d post a few snaps from my trip last week. These were shot in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Above you see me trying to walk in the 80mph wind on top of Mt. Washington. That was fun, but there really wasn’t much of a view. We saw hikers who had climbed the […]

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Some Romahni Portraits

Wednesday, June 8th, 2016

While we were down at the cabin in the Hocking Hills I did a few portraits of Romahni Rose. Back in 1969, when I graduated from high school, I got some money as graduation gifts. Enough money that was able to buy my first Nikon. It was a Nikkormat Ftn. I still have that camera […]

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Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

Monday, April 25th, 2016

Yesterday was Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day. I spent part of the afternoon running around with some friends taking pinhole photos. The one above is the one I chose to upload to the WPPD website. You can see it on the site here. You can also go ahead and browse the gallery to see what pinhole […]

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More from the Alaska Trip

Sunday, September 20th, 2015

A few more photos from the trip to Alaska. These were taken along the way as we traveled by train to Vancouver, in Vancouver and at Glacier National Park where we stopped for 3 days on the way west.  

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Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

A few photos from our Alaska cruise in July.

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On display in Vermont

Sunday, January 4th, 2015

I’ve been traveling the last couple days and forgot to let you know that I have a print in a show at the Darkroom Gallery in Essex Junction, Vermont. The show opened Friday and runs through January 25. If you are in that neighborhood you might enjoy stopping by to see the show. It’s a […]

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Happy Independence Day

Friday, July 4th, 2014

Another recent photo to mark the July 4 holiday. This was my most recent photo accepted by Photo Vogue Italy. I call it, “Keep Out.” Taken on my block. Be safe, friends.

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More Camera Geek Stuff

Sunday, June 15th, 2014

Before I get back to posting more photos from my shoot last June in the Poconos, I’m going to detour again with some more stuff about shooting with my Panasonic G5. Went to a concert in the park tonight. The Springfield Summer Arts Festival lasts a month, from mid-June to mid-July and has a free […]

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