Monthly Archives: January 2008

The Workshop Game

Pistol 1-6 I think there was a “Classic” age of photographic workshops: when they were offered only occasionally and only by true masters of the photographic arts. You had to make an effort to seek out and then be accepted … Continue reading

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The Price of Reassurance

Body Vox in Carmina Burana I received the insurance statement regarding my recent stress test: $2,408 in clinic charges, less $917 “provider responsibility,” netting $1,491 out-of-pocket. As such things go, not too bad. Well within our budgetary constraints. (Provided, of … Continue reading

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"The Nine"

Jesse in the Basket 12 I’m starting to put together the details for an exhibition tentatively named “The Nude in Minnesota,” planned for the first weekend in May. I’ll be using the Mpls Photo Coop space and seven other photographers … Continue reading

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Sensual Abigail 30 Getting psyched. We’ll be going to Mexico soon for a week’s vacation with three other wine-drinking couples. Our host just sent his list of wines taken to his second home in Manzanillo, and we’ll have quite a … Continue reading

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"You have the wrong number"

Brooke’s Skirt 15 Do you get an abnormal number of calls that are “wrong numbers”? It may be my imagination, but I believe there are many more these days than there used to be. Now, a small part of it … Continue reading

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A Plethora of Riches

Anderson Ranch 2 “A Plethora of Riches”: an interesting phrase, this. It’s not listed in my Bartlett’s, and an online search provides no clue to its origins. Everyone knows what it means, however, and my recent shoot with Brooke provides … Continue reading

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Backups, Brooke and Framing for Shows

Lauren on the Sideboard Yesterday evening was the periodic trip to Best Buy to purchase another external hard drive. One of these days I should probably replace all the HDs (I’m up to six now) with one of the Drobo … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Plagarism

Allison Lin and Richard over at Fluffytek have stirred up a minor hornet’s nest, have opened a small can of worms, with their post, “The Worm Turns.” Lin there decries the tendency, increasing as she views it, of photographers to … Continue reading

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Pike Place Market, Seattle Busy day yesterday, between working on Brooke’s photos (lots of them) and photographing my cousin’s son and partner in the ice dancing practice session at Xcel Center in St. Paul. Here are a few photos from … Continue reading

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The Divine Miss Brooke

Brooke “Who’d think you could find anything divine on the Upper East Side?” – Parry [Robin Williams] in The Fisher King The above is à propos really of nothing. Just one of many really funny lines in that classic movie … Continue reading

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