JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 10.28.17

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The week started in a quiet town in Northeast Pennsylvania and ended in the Chelsea section of New York City.

Miles away from each other, but in both spots, I was hunting the light, looking for an image.

In between, I found some other light I liked, made some prints, worked on a new project and started planning for an upcoming shoot. Fingers are crossed for another one.

Overall, I kept my head above water and counted my blessings.

How was your week?


Birthdays This Week: Harry Callahan, George Fiske, Robert Capa, Raghubir Singh, Dr. John Nash Ott, Mario Sorrenti, Gerald P. Pulley, Arthur Leipzig, Pablo Picasso, Fred Hartsook

What I Watched This Week: The Wheelman (Meh)

What I Want To Watch: W. Eugene Smith’s The Jazz Loft

What I Started Reading This Week: A Man of Some Repute

Also started: The Highway Kind

Read: Bill Cooke Told Miami’s Story In Photos

This shouldn’t happen, not now, not ever.

Hurricane Sandy, five years later

Here’s the 100 greatest film noirs, according to Paste magazine. Shall we watch them all for Noirvember?

Dexy’s Midnight Runner’s covers Springsteen.

“In every photographer there was a painter, a true artist, awaiting expression.” – Picasso

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