I’ve attended many protests in my life but only a few have turned to chaos. In Fort Lauderdale, a protest was held in Bubier Park at the corner of Andrews and Las Olas, a very prominent street in Fort Lauderdale’s downtown area with high end … Continue reading2020 protests against police brutality
Nice episode digging into the work of two greats.
There are so many photographers in the world now, at all skill levels. They snap photos of all sorts, day in, day out. Some treat the ability as an art, others simply want a reminder of a moment. Whatever the reason, we have plenty of … Continue readingWhy do we do photography?
Like any art, watching what other creative people do can be inspiring for its own contributions, how it influences you or how you see it influence others. Today I met a photographer named Andrew Butler. Butler was able to capture the essence of people in … Continue readingThe Photographer
I’ve been very interested in architecture shots for a while as it reinforces my interest in design. When we had a chance to visit Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, I was quick to add it to the list but not sure how it would fit … Continue readingEastern State Penitentiary
One of the pleasures of photography this past year has been in taking photographs of animals and then trying to get very specific on the species and breed of the animal in question. Birds have been a big part of that fun and there are … Continue readingThis is for the birds!
When I was a teen I enjoyed using my Canon AE-1 to take photos but didn’t think much about photography itself. I had some help learning the basics of photography from the journalism teacher and from older friends who were far more in tune with … Continue readingA year back in the saddle
It is a humble honor to be a witness to the world. To see special moments pass before your eyes is one of the unique gifts from life.