LGBTQ+ History Month

October is LGBTQ+ History Month. Just before the beginning of the LGBTQ+ History Month, I got to photograph the LGBTQ+ Community and Today’s Political Landscape Symposium in Harlem, New York City, while invited by actor and activist Ron B, and Patricia A. Martin and Paulette Thomas of Harlem YES. Since today is October 11, Coming ...

On Using the Nikon ML-L3 Wireless Remote Control

Take time to learn and explore and test out ideas in photography…or any other art form Using the wireless shutter release remote, namely the Nikon ML-L3 Wireless Remote Control (Infrared) These days I find myself more an more surviving, not living, one moment at a time, focusing on one thing at a time. Therefore, in ...

Getting Ready for the Opening Night

Getting Ready for the Opening Night How do artists prepare for the opening night? The opening night of your show is always a magical time. It is the moment you’ve been waiting for all along, and it triggers a variety of reactions and feelings–from happiness to anxiety, and everything in between. A million of questions ...

On Submitting to Photography Shows

How to Prepare for and Submit to Photography Shows Having your photographs chosen to be part of a group show or being offered your own solo photography show can be a dream come true, a dream that oftentimes takes years to prepare for. But it’s much more than that. Being offered that opportunity is one ...

Weekend Warriors – Photographing Braking AIDS Ride 2018 Closing Ceremony

Weekend Warriors Working as a team, cheering for friends while attending and covering Braking AIDS Ride 2018 closing ceremony in New York City I’ve always been a fan of Freddy Mercury and Queen, can’t help it. And so, when pondering on this past weekend, “I want to ride my bicycle” and “Friends will be friends” ...

Photographing 9/11 Tribute Lights and Related Events Through the Years

Through the Years: Photographing 9/11 Tribute in Light and Other Related Events Today is September 11. Each year on 9/11 I try to photograph the commemorations, ceremonies and moments of silence, as well as the Tribute Lights. Perhaps commemorating September 11 in images is mainly about photographing the Tribute Lights, if we’re in New York ...

Summer’s End

End of a Season… Here, in the United States, the first Monday in September marks Labor Day holiday and, with it, the end of summer…season. Once September starts settling in, slowly, but surely, days become shorter and grayer, temps lower. Nature starts to decompose, one dry leaf at a time, but not before showing off ...

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