Posts Tagged ‘image’

Christmas Stalking: Seasonal images in marketing

Christmas ornaments in snow

    The little trick or treaters had barely been nestled into their beds when I heard it. The first jingle of the holiday sales season. Marketers so focused on one of the three big kid holidays of the year quickly shifted gears and ads went from orange and black to green and red. Pumpkins […]


Images from the 9/11 Memorials

  Today is September 11th, 2012.  The sky is as bright blue as it was this same morning 11 years ago.  I suppose that morning started much the same as mine is now.  I’ll have coffee, make breakfast for my daughter, get her ready to go to school, and then take my morning walk before […]


Food Porn: Delicious, sensual, glorious food photography

Yellow pear and red cherry tomatoes

      Bright and colorful, alluring and ubiquitous, food is inescapable.  As a necessary component of human life, food could take the role of just another part of the daily grind. We all need to eat, sleep, breathe, and eliminate.  Fortunately, the need to eat has stretched far beyond its basic goal of nourishment.  […]


Emotion & Perception in photography

Two blue chairs in dune grass

“You never know when you’re making a memory.” Rickie Lee Jones quotes (American Singer and Song Writer)   “Please buy my Mom’s pictures. Each one of them is a great memory for us.” My daughter wrote this note and put it in front of the baskets of matted prints and photo cards I was trying […]


Experience it or record it? Is there a choice? Living life through the lens

Peggys Cove Lighthouse with reflection

  I read an interesting quote recently.  George Clooney observed that whether he’s signing an autograph for a fan or just saying hello, the person has held up a camera phone or is shooting video or snapping pictures.  Of this, he said “I think people are experiencing less and recording more.”   Am I guilty […]


The birth of a blog

Children's colorful hand prints on black background

  Here it is at birth; the inaugural post to this new blog on this new website.  It’s freeing in a way to begin anew.  The path this journal takes as it meanders through my photographic experiences could go anywhere.  We could find ourselves entwined in the high grasses on the dunes or mired in […]