JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 11.02.19
All around me, things are dying.
Those brightly colored leaves? Dying.
The pumpkins shriveling inwards? Dying.
Here we are at the top of November and that means the the year is almost gone.
But, not so fast.
Still a lot to get done.
I’m working on a few projects both personal and commissioned.
And also planning a work-related photoshoot to kick off in about a month.
Still lots to do.
Keep you eyes open.
No telling what’ll happen.
This Week’s Links:
What I’m Reading: Finished Nightfall by David Goodis earlier this morning.
What I watched: A film noir of the same name! Nightfall, staring Aldo Ray and Brian Keith (who I grew up watching in Family Affair). Free on YouTube.
Also watched: A wonderful World Series 2019
SF Gate: Inside the Kincade Fires
The Guardian: Five conflict photographers on their toughest photos
Photofocus: Digital is great, but print stands the test of time
Click & Learn: The landscape photographer who switched to Fuji (I’m not saying Fuji is great, just an interesting read)
Joe McNally’s Blog: Light and Shadows (I recognize one those fedora guys!)
A Photo Editor: Eric Meola and the art of the personal project
Ray Ketchum’s blog: Beyond the Ordinary
Bryan Sargent’s Blog: BTS shooting MEATS
CNN: The photographer who stole 15,000 worth of gear.
“I hate good taste. It’s the worst thing that can happen to a creative person.” ~ Helmut Newton (October 31,1920 – January 23, 2004)
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