Tilt Shift

A few months ago I was fortunate enough to earn a commission on an interesting project. The end result is 15 photos in a 3-person show opening at a gallery in Old City in the fall. You’ll hear more about that later. What’s important today is that for the last

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Enjoy the !@$%*!! Tabs: plus a handy install guide

The non-blog portion of this site is built on a joomla framework. For those who don’t know what that means, joomla is an open source content management system that controls everything you see (but more what you don’t) on the main site. Basically, it puts content in a database and

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Pic of the Day: Sunday Morning

As long as I can remember, I’ve had an unusual and almost “magical” attraction to old, blighted urban roads that curve, or dead end into houses. Even as a small child, I’ve felt a completely inexplicable rush of emotion at these intersections.  It’s almost a nostalgic feeling.  Last Sunday, while

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Light on Science

God beams fall on Astronomer, President of the Philadelphia chapter of the Tuskeegee Airmen and all around nice guy, Derrick Pitts. Not the best photo, in regards to light or backdrop (yes that’s a Boston Market) but I do like them god rays:

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Gimme Shelter, Gimme Light

First thing’s first. This site isn’t strobist. As you’ll soon find out, I’m a long way from an expert in using my pair of Canon flashes for complex lighting. I’ve explored it a little, but not much. I realize that this is a terrible waste and I’m a horrible person

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