Sunday mornings have always been peaceful and reflective. Most Sundays, we just relax and watch CBS Sunday Mornings on the television. When I was younger I used to like to go exploring, either by bike or by scooter (a couple times in my life I had a scooter which was great for just driving around the neighborhood). More recently, I used to go out with my camera and take photographs. Then kids, work, more work and life made it more difficult. This morning I was able to go out for a little ride and find a few images. Sometimes that’s all you need.
I recently purchased a Leica lens adapter for my FujiFilm x pro-1. It seems to do a nice job. Here are a few
shots from the Chrysler Museum of Art.
It’s been a long time since I photographed a football game. I don’t know if I even remember the last time. This past Saturday, I was able to get a few credentials for myself and some of my students. I found out that I was very ‘rusty’ and still do not like photographing in the rain. I did make a few interesting images, one of the HU’s band members in the stands.
I decided a few days ago to attend Look3 this past weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia. I haven’t been to a photography conference like this in a long time. We use to go the NPPA’s Short Course and the now defunct Southern Short Course and they fun. We saw many old friends and learned a little but this …..this was a big photography love fest…not in a bad way. This was not strictly about any specific type of photograph (art, photojournalism, commercial, ect…), this was about ‘photography,’ all photography. It was great! It had information, motivation, great speakers (Stanley Green, Donna Ferrato, Eugene Richards and Alex Webb were awesome), and much much, much more. I think this is just what we needed, as photographers, to help rejuvenate ourselves and the worlds we live in.
Bruce Gliden showing his work.
Exhibit of Luceo images.
David Alan Harvey and Eugene Richards saying goodbye.