Landscape & Architecture

New iPhone Landscapes

I had some fun with the little camera in the iPhone! These landscapes originate as simple photos of trees. I processed them using Camera Bag, an iPhone App, and then assembled four versions in Photoshop into something like Rorschach inkblots. Each 6×8″ print is thus an assemblage of four 3×4″ images. iPhone Landscape 2009-02 iPhone Landscape […]

Read more
News & Info, Weddings

4th Place, Getting Ready

My photo of Michelle getting ready earned 4th place in the Getting Ready category in the Q1 2008 Wedding Photojournalist Association (WPJA) photo contest. I’m gratified by a judge’s comment:  “Intimate angle and emotion combine to convey a pure sense of joy in the moment for this bride being helped with her wedding dress. Photographer […]

Read more
News & Info

A documentary about childbirth

Back in 1999, my wife and I took a childbirth class with Debra Pascali-Bonaro. Debra is a wonderful, insightful teacher. Thanks to Debra, we were much better prepared for the births of our children. I’ve just learned that she’s made a documentary about childbirth and there will be a story about it on ABC-TV’s 20/20 […]

Read more

Clients are blogging

It’s fun to see my work on clients’ blogs! Some clients create a blog specifically about their wedding. Others have a blog related to their work. Stacey is a teacher in Rhode Island. She and a colleague in Indiana blog on Two Writing Teachers. A recent post included this photo from Stacey and Marc’s December […]

Read more
News & Info, Portraits

Restoring an old school portrait

This was a fun project. A neighbor recently asked whether I could restore and copy a class photo made more than 70 years ago. The photo shows a Greek school class in Washington Heights, NY. The photo was apparently in its original frame, sealed with tape in the back, and yellowed from age. The challenge […]

Read more
Personal Work

A hawk stops by for lunch

I live in Cresskill, NJ, a suburb about 9 miles from Manhattan, and don’t ordinarily have opportunities to photograph wildlife right on my street. This afternoon, however, a hawk appeared on a neighbor’s lawn and made lunch of an unfortunate squirrel! Technical info: Canon 40D camera with 70-200mm f/2.8 lens. Developed with Adobe Lightroom.

Read more