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Back to the Future

June 17, 2017 - I have traveled with a laptop computer since before it was a big deal to bring one onboard an airline. Over time, I got...
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Sheep Shearer

October 22, 2016 - The sign tells you everything you need to know. Donald Kading is a sheep shearer, the likes of which you may have never...
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Storage Solution

November 21, 2015 - I have been working with a long established photographer in New York who has has a large unscanned film collection spann...
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New Again

May 25, 2015 - Ages ago, before back in the day, a wedding photographer told me that it didn't matter who shot a wedding because the cr...
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Inspiration

May 16, 2015 - You never know when or from where inspiration will appear. You have to just be ready for it and let it come to you. I re...
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Evolution

February 01, 2015 - This week's post began as an accumulation of a few random thoughts and really hasn't progressed much further; with a lin...
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Simplicity & Control

January 17, 2015 - As fabulous as photography is in the digital age, there are two elements I find lacking: simplicity and control. While y...
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Unstuck in Time

November 22, 2014 - Billy Pilgrim is a fictional character and the protagonist in Kurt Vonnegut's 1969 novel Slaughterhouse-Five. For those...
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Wait for it...

November 15, 2014 - I am, by and large, not a patient person. While I like to think of myself as thoughtful and planned, I am frequently cha...
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Country Mouse in the City: Part 1

November 01, 2014 - New York is home. And by New York, I mean The City. I worked in midtown in the 70s and it was a significant part of my i...
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The Road Not Traveled

October 18, 2014 - True story... I waited a long time to begin my career as a photographer. The opportunity finally arrived when the very...
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5 Things

August 30, 2014 - True confession: I used to over think and over pack photography gear every time I left the house. I worried needlessly a...
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words and music

August 02, 2014 - Photography enlarges my world in unexpected ways. It started, of course with making photographs that pleased me, but tha...
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For the Love of the Photograph

July 05, 2014 - Photographers are driven by their passion to make a great photograph. Once that is achieved, they want to go back, Jack,...
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Winter: The Perfect Time

April 05, 2014 - As I'm waiting for actual spring to arrive in New England, I'm reminded that winter is the perfect time to make black an...
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Memories? Priceless!

March 08, 2014 - The popularity of Throwback (note: one word) Thursday (#tbt) illustrates the value of memories preserved by photographs.
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The Few

February 22, 2014 - "...the other night we were at a family gathering and I was talking with a fellow photographer, a commercial pro from De...
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Then and Now

January 11, 2014 - When I graduated from high school, my parents gave me a 35mm camera. Every time I loaded a new roll of film into the bac...
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Soul of the Image

January 04, 2014 - Recently, I came across a video made by a group of young photographers who (like me) share a common and strong personal...
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Looking Back on 2013

December 28, 2013 - 2013 marks the third year of Sunday Street's publication, as we continue to share photographic inspiration with a dedica...
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Images of Christmas

December 21, 2013 - Everyone has favorite images of Christmas. These are mine. These photographs, taken by Fedor Lachnit, inspire...
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Home Game

December 07, 2013 - A decade ago, I was trying use 35 mm film to preserve a period of time that was passing all too quickly. In Home...
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One Frame at a Time

November 30, 2013 - A modern camera can generate a burst of ten frames per second. In that sense, there's nothing like it... unless, of cour...
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Endless Summer

September 28, 2013 - After seeing the amazing cloud formations along the coast of Denmark, I was very happy to see equally beautiful skies wh...
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fall

September 14, 2013 - Technically, it is not fall...yet. It is still summer, but the geese are migrating, the nights are cool and there is no...
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Wedding 2.0; a prequel

August 17, 2013 - Mamiya RZ67, Kodak TMAX 100 Before I photographed Amber & Scott's wedding, I shared my interest in using medium forma...
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Summer in the City: A Walk on the Wild Side

June 29, 2013 - High Line, NYC Once upon a time, when the Port of New York was still on the West Side of New York City, and longshore...
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Along the Seawall

June 15, 2013 - Dylan & Tyler - Along the Seawall A few weeks ago, I had an idea for a project. The more I thought about it, the more...
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Oh Mamiya...

June 08, 2013 - The Mamiya RZ67 is an amazing, entirely manual, medium format, single lens reflex (SLR) film camera which was first rele...
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Snapshots

June 01, 2013 - Last week, I shared some thoughts about the preponderance of digital images, especially at weddings. We attended a weddi...
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The Third Meaning

May 11, 2013 - A Long Time Ago, 1973 (Kodak Tri-X images photo credit: Linda Kidd) Back in the day, photographers who could not afford...
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Scanning

April 27, 2013 - Kodak Ektachrome E100G When I explain to some folks that the image they are viewing was recently captured on film, I am...
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B&W ~ the soul of photography

March 09, 2013 - Tunnel View Sunrise (Kodak TMAX 100) The soul of photography lives in the black & white images that stir our own (soul,...
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Technology Paradox

March 02, 2013 - Once upon a time, photographs were taken with film cameras. The film was sent out and developed in the lab and then prin...
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Sunrise ~ Sunset

February 02, 2013 - On Saturday, February 16, 2013, I will be displaying two images at the Sunrise-Sunset Show at the Bill Krull Gallery in...
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Showdown at the Farm

January 19, 2013 - As a child, I loved walking in the snow right after a storm passed, before others had made their tracks or plows and sho...
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Photography in the Digital Age - Image Capture & Storage

December 08, 2012 - Ashton Mill (Nikon F5, Fujifilm Pro 400H film) - click on photo to view in gallery This week, Sunday Street embarks o...
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Film and Digital

October 28, 2012 - Like dog people and cat people (or hockey players and figure skaters), photographers appear to be divided between lovers...
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Size Matters...

October 20, 2012 - "The most popular subject for a magazine cover is a beautiful woman, the second most popular a kid, and the third a do...
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Mountain Light

June 03, 2012 - Tunnel View - Velvia 100 image (c) Robert Kidd, 2011 In Search of the Dynamic Landscape M ountain Light was writte...
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