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Moving Beyond Perfect Photographs

There's a huge difference between a great photograph of a place and a great photograph. One draws your attention to a location or a subject where as the other generates a visceral and emotional response. In this age of amazing digital cameras and associated software and techniques capable of producing "perfect" exposures, all we are left with is what truly…

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Art Show Season Starts This Weekend

After what seemed like a long winter, my 2010 art show schedule kicks off at the Lyndhurst Art & Crafts Show this weekend. This year I'll be exhibiting in a double space which will allow me to display some larger canvas prints up to 54" wide. I'll also be showing some new products including Limited Edition Folios - basically 10…

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One Week Until The One of A Kind Show in NYC

I'll be very busy this weekend getting ready for the inaugural One Of A Kind Show in NYC next weekend. Held in Pier 94 on the West Side of Manhattan, it is definitely the biggest and most expensive show I've ever participated in. Doing first time shows is always a risky proposition, but given the location and the subject matter…

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Armonk Outdoor Art Show Report

I spent the weekend exhibiting at the 48th Armonk Outdoor Art Show, and though we had a rain out on Saturday, the weather was perfect on Sunday, and the crowds came out in substantial numbers. It was one of the best organized shows I have been in, and everything from the artists to the food was top notch. This is…

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Preparing For A Big Art Festival

I've spent the better part of the week preparing for the Fall Crafts at Lyndhurst, a major 3 day art festival in Tarrytown, New York taking place this weekend. This will be my first time participating in this show which has only recently begun to accept photographers. Why this is I'm not sure, but perhaps it has something to do…

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