JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 04.24.21

Hey, yeah, so today’s my birthday.

51 turns around the sun.

Someone sent me a note on FB that said “Your photos give me lots of joy” (And it wasn’t even my mom saying that!)

I think that sums it up for me. I’m not a pro photographer, never will be (not even sure I want to be). But I’ve had some fun times behind the camera. Working with it, I see the world in a different and new way.

I see things other people may miss and I try to show that.

I like to make people smile with m photos, or prints I may send them by surprise.

I’m happy I’ve been able to develop this creative side of me, to help make people happy in this world.

I’ll keep on doing what I’m doing, trying to see the world in a new way, and get better with this box that hangs off my shoulder.

Stay safe everyone!


This Week’s Links:

What I Read This Week: My Cousin Death, by Mary McMullen (Started)

What I Watched This Week: This Is A Robbery, a documentary about an art heist in Boston.

Nature: How the 2020 Landscape Photographer Of The Year shot was taken

Grounded: Be True To Yourself As A Photographer

Wheels: Photographing An Era of Car Culture

Stars & Stripes: The Girl In The Kent State Photo

Listen/Watch ~ Dan Milnor: Dear Photographer

Watch: ~ David Bergman: How To Use a Tilt-Shift Lens

Watch ~ Ilford Photo: Jason Lee: The American Photo Roadtrip

Favorite photo of the week: Scott Strazzante, again.

From the JSP Archives: April 25, 2009

The personality of the photographer, his approach, is really more important than his technical genius.” ~ Lee Miller (April 23, 1907 – July 21, 1977)


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4 thoughts on “JSP Visual Week In Review ~ 04.24.21

  1. I presumed you did this for a living, you have a good eye for a photograph, more important than any camera or lens. Hope you had a Happy Birthday.

    • Well, thanks, Paul. Been with my current company for almost 17 years, and I often get the chance to mix my passion (photography) with my job. I can’t complain. My birthday was great – Spent a few hours of it with my camera, watching one of my sons play a doubleheader. Photos posting soon. 🙂

  2. A belated happy birthday.

    I think too many of us get caught up in looking for that killer image that we call art and miss many of the stories and fun things that are around us. I’m guilty of doing this.

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