Tag Archives: #colorphotography

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Looking For The Unexpected

Late photographer/artist Robert Mapplethorpe was once quoted as saying “I’m looking for the unexpected. I’m looking for things I’ve never seen before.” These words have resonated with me for some time, and have been a […]

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From Nova Scotia With New Perspectives

For several years, I have admired the work of  Steve Richard, a fine art photographer from Halifax, Nova Scotia (find his work here).  He creates the type of photography  that is full of dark mystery and simply […]

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Revisiting Projects From The Past

I find it interesting how time can affect ones perspective.  Be it due to life experiences or simply a change in attitude, one’s perception of something can change considerably.  An example of this for me […]

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Underwater Figure Study

The figure photographed underwater.  This is something that has intrigued me for quite some time.  When done right, there can be an otherworldly quality to the images.  It reminds me of a dream-like state.  Although […]

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Claudine

During the Summer of 2009, I was contacted by Chicago based model Claudine about possibly collaborating on a project. She’s a professional commercial print model by trade, but is also well-known in the art community […]

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Voodoo Lily

Last night, I had the opportunity to photograph a Voodoo Lily.  It’s a flowering plant from the genus Amorphophallus. The term Amorphophallus originates from the Greek amorphos, meaning deformed and phallos, meaning male sex organ […]

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Raelyn: The Shoot That Almost Didn’t Happen

I’ve admired the work of local model, Raelyn for some time.  Her portfolio is quite diverse, and she has a propensity for the unusual. What strikes me the most however,  is her  inclination to create noteworthy […]

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Kaleidosmoke

As a kid, I always loved the psychedelic art that was so popular with the counter-culture of the late 1960′s and early 1970′s.   Although I was too young to understand the LSD laden roots that […]

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Visions Of Xaina

It was April of 2008.  A group of local photographers and models got together throughout Detroit to create what we called the “Photography Jam Sessions”. It involved fourteen photographers, fourteen models, eight locations over four […]

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