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I finally got around to editing the images I took during the Historic Mill Light Painting Workshop in Lawrence, MA I went to last month. This is a blend of two separate light painting takes: one of the cart and the other of the room.  Thanks to my friends Bob Lussier, and Steve Perlmutter for running a […]

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Unless I surprise myself, this will close out my little potato photo project. For background on it read here. I came up with the idea for this image almost immediately.  I knew I had the BB-8 toy, thought about ways to incorporate it, and very quickly realized that a pair of properly sized red potatoes could work […]

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For background on my little potato project read here. When I was brainstorming ideas for this, I thought about doing an image with a fully or partially peeled potato with the peel in the image.  Then I remembered we have this Funko Pop of Alison Hendrix from Orphan Black, and well, the whole thing came […]

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I hope you’ll let me indulge in a bit of silliness and fun.  Last week a story made the rounds about the photograph of a potato that sold for more than $1 million.  I find it, in turns, cool, ridiculous, inspiring, and bemusing. So I suggested to a group of my photographer friends that we […]

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The October assignment for both my We35 group and the Explorers of the Frontier Fellowship was “Superstition.” I would have liked to highlight a particularly local superstition, but oddly could not think of one for New York City. So I chose to combine a pair of well-known childhood superstitions.

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