JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 09.29.18
I’m sitting in a hotel room in New York City, waiting to shoot the Global Citizen Festival in Central Park later today.
It’s my second time in New York this week, which, given how close I am, makes this a a lot of visitation time to the Big Apple. Been a bit of a blur, actually.
And, speaking of blurs, another month has slipped through. The air is getting crisper, apple cider is popping up on the grocery story shelves, Christmas decorations are in the stores…yep, we’re headed into October.
Today will be a long day for me. Gotta go check and re-check all my batteries, make sure we’re all good to go.
Friendly end of month reminder: Back up your work!
This Week’s Links:
What I Watched This Week: Baseball. Regular season is coming to an end.
What I Read This Week: Just To Watch Them Die anthology
NY Times: A Great Day In Harlem
Celebrity photographer Joe Pugliese on making better portraits.
“The whole reason I make these pictures is for those moments of clarity. For that single moment, everything seems to make sense in my world. I think we all look for that, because our lives are generally filled with chaos and confusion and disorder and complication.” ~ Gregory Crewdson, who had a birthday this week.
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