Tag Archives: Boston

The New England Portolio Review: A Community of Artists

Portfolio Review

As artists we all need feedback and critiques in order to grow and portfolio reviews offer to provide it.  Sometimes that feedback takes the form of subtle guidance and sometimes it comes as a shocking gut check, especially when we become too close to a body of work.  Tim Gunn refers to this as “living in the monkey house”- when you first walk in the smell is completely overwhelming, but after awhile the stench fades until you no longer notice it.  Critique can help an artist wake up and smell the monkey crap. Continue reading »

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Apologies and Abstract Photography

Back from Hiatus

I’ve been a bit derelict in posting lately and for that I apologize.  What can I say- between the real job, prepping for shows and editing photos, I fell a bit behind in putting images up on the site.  But better late than never!  Continue reading »

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More on the Fuji x100: Do you need it?

Last week I posted some thoughts on the Fuji x100 as well as some photographs that I took in Boston.  This week I have some additional images and the answer to “do I need this?” Continue reading »

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Street Photography with the Fuji x100

A buddy of mine recently acquired a used Fuji x100 and lent it to me for a weekend.  The leaf shutter and its ability to sync to 1/4000th of a second is a very compelling feature and I used it in a class to create a moody vibe for our images (see an example here).  But I wanted to see how the Fuji x100 would perform in street photography, so I dragged it around Boston for a day.  Some of the results are after the jump. Continue reading »

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