Monthly Archives: December 2017

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My Fine Feathered Model

While I was working near downtown Los Angele today, this little guy decided he wanted to get in on the action!   He didn’t fly away from the cameras and crew like his other feathered […]

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Fine Art Photography Represented in Two Galleries

On the day I took this photo, the lighting conditions and atmospheric conditions were far from what a photographer would consider “good light.”  Particularly when looking over the Long Beach and LA Harbors.  But there […]

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The Last Shot

A shot and a personal moment I thought I would share with you.  This shot of the small boat in LA Harbor just out of San Pedro wasn’t the best shot of the day, nor […]

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The Matador – Modern Art Print Represented by Saatchi

I’ve commented on this before, but for the most part I have been keeping my art separate from my commercial work.  Going forward, I’m not sure if I will continue to do that. This is […]

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Modern Art Photography & Portraits

In moving away from the strictly “commercial” photography and including more fine art and modern art techniques into my photography, I’ve found that the doors to possibility are infinite.  Any concept, feeling, emotion or desire […]

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More from LA Profiles

I have been working on an exciting new project called LA Profiles where I do mini documentaries, or profiles on people with interesting careers and people who contribute to the world in ways that often […]

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Modern Art Portraits

A few posts back, I commented that I had consulted with a very expensive portfolio consultant with a background working in one of the large ad agencies.  It was an expensive mistake.  The thinking was […]

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