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Capturing Life's cherished moments

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Capturing Life's cherished moments

 

Dorothea Lange said,  "Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still".

My grandmother would rarely be seen without the 'Camera of the year' in her hand.  She would be constantly yelling for people to line up for a snapshot with her Brownie or Kodak Disc.  You could count on her to capture the moment, always.  My first camera was a Kodak Instamatic with the flash cubes that attached to the top, holding 4 flashes.  They would turn black with soot after being used.  Life changes quickly, time passes in the blink of an eye.  Times are forgotten or details become fuzzy as we try and remember them.  Like we did back then with family snapshots I believe that capturing life's precious moments is one of the most important things we can do.  

Welcome to the Portfolio of my work. 

I specialize in Fine Art Landscape, Portrait, and Commercial Photography.  You will find that here, along with several other things like Street Photography as well as Black and White work.  I enjoy experimenting, and trying new things, so please do return often and see what's new.

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Food stock


Food stock


Photography, as we all know, is not real at all. It is an illusion of reality with which we create our own private world.
— Arnold Newman
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Street


Street


I always thought of photography as a naughty thing to do - that was one of my favorite things about it, and when I first did it, I felt very perverse.
— Diane Arbus
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Black and White


Black and White


Photography is a love affair with life
— Burk Uzzle
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Portrait


Portrait


A portrait is not made in the camera but on either side of it.
— Edward Steichen
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Abstract


Abstract


To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.
— Elliott Erwitt