Derelict farm buildings and an unused field on the road home, near Valleyview, Alberta. Listening to – Concrete Blonde and ‘I Don’t Need a Hero.’ Quote to Inspire – “I photograph to find out what something will look like photographed.” – Garry Winogrand
Of all reasons to take up photography, the most significant and most poignant is to draw together memory of home. Edmonton’s Skyline from the southeast, from Strathearn Drive is the strongest memory I have of Edmonton. My grandparents’ last Edmonton home was on Strathearn… Continue Reading “Edmonton – Freshly Green in June”
Metallic spheres are jumbled into a pile in an architectural or sculptural masterpiece on the east side of the southern end of Edmonton’s Quesnel bridge, a marvel … the kind you would expect to find near or under Seattle’s Space Needle. What surprised me… Continue Reading “Spherical Pile”
At night, light and shadow reveal girder and rivet patterning along the High Level Bridge, a bridge that connects the north bank high above the North Saskatchewan River at the Alberta Legislature ground site to the south bank – an area that becomes entrance… Continue Reading “Rivetting – Edmonton’s High Level Bridge”
Street photography is something described as an audit of an environment that the photographer places him- or herself in. What’s there? What’s around you? What’s happening? All are questions that receive answer within the images produced and the street’s narrative is built and understood.… Continue Reading “By Way of Participation”
The term ‘grunge’ is something I associate with a photographic style in which elegance of form can be sussed out underneath evidence of decay; the elegance and the decay together are, in their juxtaposition, a thing of beauty. Grunge is also a Seattle term… Continue Reading “Elegant Grunge”
Sunday – photographs that I’d intended to post linger on my computer’s desktop in a file of edited images. The week has been busy with obligations taking me into my nights. The first image is one of a barn located in a muskeg bog,… Continue Reading “B-Sides, Photographs that Linger”
A Craft and Vision e-book entitled Creating Depth disclosed some of the subtleties of creating depth in an image. One area of tradecraft considered in creating depth was the matter of choosing perspective that allows the viewer to glean visual information in the three… Continue Reading “Depth Tradecraft”
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