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The Moon project is finished. It’s funny. When you finish a big project, one you’ve worked on for months, you’d think there would be a feeling of celebration. Or maybe a feeling of relief. Or a questing after the next project. Maybe the feeling would be a deflating one, with a sense of loss, like […]
The Online Photographer, an excellent blog for the general photographer, has posted a photo in its “Random Excellence” series on Ralf Dujmovits’s image of Mount Everest hikers–quite a lot of them–queued up to make the ascent. The image seems to be something of an internet sensation. But isn’t the image sort of odd? Doesn’t it […]
Four more finished images, two more I’m still struggling with, one more edited out, and (I think) three more to go.
In 1866, at the age of forty-seven, Herman Melville, ignored by critics and forgotten by readers, gave up writing professionally and got a job as a customs inspector. He worked the next twenty or so years in this low level, dead end job. Moby Dick, a commercial and critical failure was, at forty-seven, already fifteen […]
Yesterday’s and today’s efforts: Six more images from my Moon landscapes. Looks like about a dozen or so to go–four were edited out today. It’s slow, I know, but they need to be just right.
A few months back I was showing some of my works-in-progress to a curator and he recommended I look into the work of Jim Campbell. Campbell’s work is very different than mine but it turns out that we have certain affinities. So–finally–I made it up to SFMOMA, on my birthday. And what a wonderful present. […]