When you have two images playing on one another, you get some fascinating communication. Since I’ve never seen a name for this, I’ll call it image play. Image play is found art (art that you find on the streets or elsewhere) where the subjects or objects of one image appear to be communicating with those […]
Monthly Archives: October 2009
The Santa Monica Pier is a street party that stretches 1600 feet out into the ocean.
Off the Blog Expo tonight. It’s a four hour drive from Palm Springs (that would be where I live) to Las Vegas. I don’t know what to expect this year. I went a few years back and learned a lot. I hope to find out how I can do I podcast and connect with people […]
Paul Strand and other photographers looked for small frame buildings with gabled roofs that had few exterior elements around them—no trees, phone wires, mailboxes, planters and so on. They had a minimalist approach to framing their shots. Back in Strand’s day they didn’t have Photoshop. They had to do the best they could without it, […]
If you happen to be out and about looking for a couple of good photo ops, don’t forget to check car windows as you pass them. I caught this one in Berlin last summer. It was glaring at me as I walked by. Fortunately I had my camera (I always do when I’m traveling) and […]