Sunday, December 24, 2017
As you can imagine, they have a very different impact in the light of the real world.Even viewing them as a slide show doesn't do the same thing. So it goes.
There's a story to go with the second. In April 2013 I had the pleasure of photographing Kathy Supové performing several pieces based on the music of Claude Debussy. Here's a link to what I said then and some of the photos I shot http://kayester.blogspot.com/2013/05/the-best-pianist-living-in-new-york-you.html
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
I went out to get something to eat. I was in the mood for something spicy so I hiked over to the Indian food cart on Park Ave. near the JPMorgan headquarters. A young fellow, looking rather pathetic held out three dollars toward the main in the cart and said . . .
Friday, December 1, 2017
|Yuko Otono 01/2013|
|Jim Feast, Shalom Neuman, Monty Cantsin|
It took me a little while to look at my digital photos with the intent of printing them, then more time to learn how to make the prints look the way I want them to look and then to learn how to composite multiple images onto a single sheet. Along the way I had to develop a workflow that used several pieces of software to get the image to the point where I clicked the print button.
|Steve Dalachinsky 10/2013|
The prints are multiple images on 13x19 inch paper and when I say I'm pleased and surprised by the impact of a print, I hope you believe me. These postage stamp size images don't do them justice, even when clicked on to expand them. But so it goes.
|Joe Maynard, Jill Rapaport, Bonnie Finberg|
At some time in the not too distant future I hope to have these and more mounted in a show. I'll let you know when I do.
|Ron Kolm, art work by Shalom Neuman|