Monthly Archives: May 2015

Needing Some Help From My Friends

I entered a competition, The Fifth Annual EXPOSURE Photography Award, and I’m asking you to vote for me AND…AND, briefly comment at the link below, just below the “Click to Vote” button, where it says, “Add a comment.” Spread the word … Continue reading

Posted in Commentary, Digital Art, Digital Art Photography, Documentary, Documentary Photography, Editorial Photography, Editorial Photos, Fine Art Photography, Musicians Photography, Photography | Leave a comment

Bridge Over The Fried Shrimp Shack

This skyway winds through and above a sprawling industrial Chicago landscape. Shipping waterways and last century factories offer so many exciting photo vantage points for me. I especially love this bridge at the highest point on the road and the … Continue reading

Posted in Digital Art, Digital Art Photography, Documentary, Documentary Photography, Editorial Photography, Editorial Photos, Fine Art Photography, Photography | Leave a comment

West Side Braids

I drove past this busy place on a chilly, wet Saturday afternoon. Wasn’t sure what the person outside was doing. Turns out he or she was checking their smartphone. This image is straight with just a few adjustments. All artwork … Continue reading

Posted in Digital Art, Digital Art Photography, Documentary, Documentary Photography, Editorial Photography, Editorial Photos, Fine Art Photography, Photography | Leave a comment

Industry Integrating With Nature

I’m not sure what this structure is or what it does/did. All I knew was that I loved the juxtaposition of it’s rusting colors with the surroundings. The grooved, lined pavement adds as much for me as the sky and baren trees. Adjustments … Continue reading

Posted in Digital Art, Digital Art Photography, Documentary, Documentary Photography, Editorial Photography, Editorial Photos, Fine Art Photography, Photography | Leave a comment

Oldest Known Cave Painting Of A Sax Player

We do the best we can under the circumstances. I mean, when I shoot in a dimly lit music club and the shutter speed is so slow that everything gets blurred you just have to improvise if you want something … Continue reading

Posted in Digital Art, Digital Art Photography, Documentary, Documentary Photography, Editorial Photography, Editorial Photos, Fine Art Photography, Musicians Photography, Photography | Leave a comment

Evening Rain At The Loft

It was late afternoon on a day that started warm and sunny. Now soft Spring rain was falling, gentle enough to keep the windows open so we could hear it and feel the cool breeze it brought. Some people believe views from … Continue reading

Posted in Digital Art, Digital Art Photography, Documentary, Documentary Photography, Editorial Photography, Editorial Photos, Fine Art Photography, Photography | Leave a comment

Parked.

The tracks in this rail maintenance yard are usually bustling with a dozen commuter trains and all the people who clean and service them. It was unique to see it this still early one weekend morning. So much heavy equipment is used as work goes … Continue reading

Posted in Digital Art, Digital Art Photography, Documentary, Documentary Photography, Editorial Photography, Editorial Photos, Fine Art Photography, Photography | Leave a comment