JPS Visual Week In Review ~ 06.29.19
This was a beautiful week here in New Jersey.
After all the rain we had the week before, this past week was humid and hot – my kind of summer weather, frankly.
Spent the evenings this week photographing our church’s vacation bible school – always a fun time for my kids to attend, and for me to catch the smiles and the volunteers. A personal, volunteer project I love to do.
More of the same, weather-wise this summer, and I’ll be one happy guy!
This Week’s Links:
What I Read This Week: I finished up Steinbeck’s The Wayward Bus and started Brian Panowich’s new one, Like Lions. (you may remember Brian from this post). On the Kindle, I started Thieves Like Us, a 1930’s pulp fiction offering.
What I Watched This Week: Too Old To Die Young
Capitol Gazette: Photographer Paul Gillespie’s Journalists Matter portrait project.
Framed By WDET: Sundays At The Carpet House
Professional Photographer: Up close with underwater photographer Stephen Frink
Forbes: Andy Summers merges music and photography
TIME: Remember John Shearer
Watch: Craig Reilly on using composition to create compelling images.
PDN: Are printed portfolios worth the fuss?
PS: it was National Camera Day on Thursday. Here my babies that I see the world with (and, the Galaxy S7 that I took this photo with)
“The camera basically is a license to explore.” ~ Jerry Uelsmann, who had a birthday on June 11 (born in 1934)
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