It ain’t me babe! No No No. Watch for upcoming salons. A revival of The Prints Du Jour from the nineties coffee houses in Willimantic one day show perhaps monthly. New silver gelatin prints shot over the last 5 years printed now that I have a lab again. Old school, simplicity exquisite prints affordable prices, editions of 2-5 of each. enjoy pjc
The house lights dim the stage brightens, the stages goes to blackout. The audience files out. enjoy pjc
Last Light The Crocker New London March 7th 2009
Process and perfection once something to strive for understanding light kelvin color temperature. That wonderful warm glow that happens on sunny day’s for just a few minutes at the beginning and end of the day. This digital image was really “captured” [captured the violent term that replaces the making of a negative or the creating an image] on Sat. evening in New London from the parking lot of The Bean and Leaf Coffee House where my friend Roberta Sulls had an opening of her art. Now that golden light can be pixceled out anytime if you just buy the newest software, capture any light you want on your cell phone and it will be goodnuff, consume it but in reality it consumes you. The last light, the golden moment is gone only to be replaced by replicated multi tasking pod people. Enough this was supposed to be a short post, but I don’t speak anachronisms.
Photographic Art Statements questions made with light.
Prints for the people ask about March specials beyond what’s here.
even though it says Sept at top of this page scroll down. It is really March.
Last full moon of winter tonight. This is a last theme post.
Mark Twain Consider this?