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The Power of Social Media

For anyone out there who still thinks the internet and specifically social media is a temporary phenomenon or just a passing fad not worth of serious attention, here are two interesting stories this week about how they are transforming our world. For any photographer or business owner whose goal is to establish a sustainable and successful carreer,  whatever that means…

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When Is Photography Real?

We've been buried with over 30" of snow here in the Hudson Valley, as well as power and Internet outages, so I'm just getting back online and away from the shovel! I also had to cancel the Printing Workshop that was scheduled for today, but hopefully I can re-schedule asap to make sure all registered students are available for the…

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NY Times to Feature an Image

I'm proud to announce that this Sunday's (May 17th) print edition of The New York Times will feature one of my Hudson Valley landscape photographs. It will be used in a special Hudson River 400th Advertorial celebrating the voyage of Henry Hudson. While I haven't seen the layout, they requested a fairly large file, so I'm hoping it will be…

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The Birth of Modern Landscape Photography

While many equate Ansel Adams as the father of landscape photography, there were others who also had a great influence on modern photography, and none more so than the legendary Edward Weston. There is a great NY Times article on his work, his place in history, and his primary landscape subject, the coastal area of Point Lobos, California. Although he…

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