I’m going through my old negatives from the late ’70s, trying to archive and get a handle on them. After 40+ years, I’m discovering some pretty good images that I had ignored previously. Why Flushing, of all places? Well, I… Read More »Main Street Flushing, 1976-79, Part 1
Well, I’ve scanned, spotted and otherwise prepped the final three rolls that I shot in 1976 at the Master Workshop with Garry Winogrand, two weeks that helped me define myself as a photographer. It’s been an amazing journey, revisiting photos,… Read More »Revisiting the Winogrand Workshop, Part VI: The last batch…or is it?
This. A gorgeous young lady looking and smiling right at me—a shy 19-year-old learning to interact with the world through the medium of photography. I was seduced, not just by her, but the crazy approach to photography that I was… Read More »Revisiting the Winogrand Workshop, Part V: More good stuff
I didn’t know what it was called until years later, in graduate school, when I was using “Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain” by Betty Edwards was my workbook. I learned about how creative people get in the… Read More »Revisiting the Winogrand Workshop part IV: The Day I Discovered “The Zone”
I’m about halfway through the process of scanning and digitizing the negatives I shot 42 years ago during a Master Workshop with Garry Winogrand. I’m finding more gold…and photos that have greater historical significance. The way we dressed, the cars… Read More »Revisiting the Winogrand Workshop part III: More hidden treasures revealed
I’m approximately halfway through the two dozen rolls I shot in 1976 during a 2-week Master Workshop in New York City with Garry Winogrand at the Germain School of Photography. The Germain School, for those who may be unfamiliar, was… Read More »Revisiting the Winogrand Workshop part II: New Discoveries