Maybe I am on a bit of a nostalgia trip these last few posts, but I have to share this video with you. We took this while visiting my old friend and college roommate’s darkroom. I used to live in the darkroom while in college. Printing was the art form to learn and become a master [...]
Monthly Archive for June, 2009
Many of you know that our favorite thing to photograph is food. Yes, It’s true, working with local – and not so local- restaurants is our passion. We love every aspect of this kind of work. We will often come into a place and photograph the food right there on location. It’s perfect for the chefs, they have all their [...]
Every summer the Ecotarium in Worcester, MA has the most incredible Jazz lineup. The series is called Jazz at Sunset and it happens on Friday nights from beginning June to the end of July. We try and go as many Fridays as we can, and we are never disappointed.
Trapped inside a what??? A Daguerreotype. Go ahead- google it. There are 525,000 results. You’ll learn a lot – but what you really need to know is that the Daguerreotype was the first successful photographic process and it’s discovery was announced in January 1839. Everything changed in the visual world from this discovery! But that’s another blog [...]
Some nights are just perfect. The weather is in that sweet spot of coolness and warmth. The bugs are at bay. There is a clear beautiful blue sky right before the sun fades- we call that the “magic hour,” and we love being asked to photograph at this time. But this time the folks at [...]