Well. I'll start with the five sorts of photographers.
1. Anti-digital Photographer. 'If it ain't silver then it is an abomination and should be purged at the alters of AA, Weston and Bresson.'
2. Film Photographer. 'Well, I use film because it is what I have always used. Sure digital has its place in my workflow. However I prefer to use film.'
3. Non-specific Photographer. 'I have a Nikon N65 and a Nikon D40. I could be found with either raised
To not run the risk of giving this one away I will post the rule in the middle of this blog.
I was trying to come up with a cover image for the January issue of Creative Image Maker. We turn one on January 15th so I wanted a photograph with a single candle lit. SO on the way home I purchase a small pack of birthday candles from the pharmacy in town. I get home and set up in my darkroom which doubles as the downstairs half bath, pungent at all hours. I lean my california edition
Updated 12-05-2008 at 07:02 AM by Christopher Walrath
How many times do we fear other's opinions and allow that to hamper our creativity?
Now I live in lower slower Delaware and for those of you who don't know, well, we have, well, um . . . FLAT! No mountains, no fast water, no endless prairies, no wild surf on our beaches (the very few without condos), no wide rivers (only creeks with self esteem issues), just wall to wall flat. FLAT! Hence, not many photographers are tripping over their predecessors to pile into our lovely little
As of 6:47 PM Eastern Daylight Time on Saturday, Octoboer 18, 2008, I am officially retired as a wedding photographer. My Mom and I had our last go 'round with the bouquette and the garter. Our last mad rush through the relatives and attendants. Our final cake mashing to John Williams 'Jaws Theme'. Our last hurrah. And it could not have been a better final curtain.
I showed up at 2:30 for the 4PM wedding of my baby brother Ron and his fiance Lyn with my wife's camera. She has
Updated 09-27-2009 at 05:13 PM by Christopher Walrath