Photographs from an evening with good friends in Brighton, UK. Four dudes (French, Italian, Australian, American) having tea in a hotel in Brighton. No, really. All of us journalists/photographers… . . . . . We had quite the luck with weather… . Evening fell… Stay tuned… -Noah D.
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy
“I am not in this world to live up to other people’s expectations, nor do I feel that the world must live up to mine.” ~Fritz Peris I remember once upon a time my good friend Jeff Montgomery said something in passing that I thought was brilliantly encouraging. It was many years ago and I
Moving from place to place can be both a luxury or a curse, but even the most nomadic needs somewhere to rest every now and then. Since my sister finished her Masters program yesterday, it is time for her to move on. Things are done here. It will not be long before my
I’m fascinated by the things in the world that some people might think quaint or unrealistic or from a bygone era. Arkansas seems to have no shortage of such things. Even people who have spent years in University here don’t realize that these things are only a few minutes away. You should be sure that
Jeff here has always made it a professional goal to combat “staleness” at every opportunity. Sometimes that means loading up a Brownie camera and going and shooting 120 film for a roll or two. Or maybe an old Kodak or a Hasselblad X-PAN. He takes loads of photos after pulling off to the side of
This is a Leica fanboy post. Normal readers: avert your eyes. I was really sorry to burst my own bubble. It rather ruined the mystique of the idea that I was able to have budget M-bayonet lens and make images with them with great color rendition, sharpness, clarity, etc. And then the standard by which