Personal style

I can look at one of my images and know approximately when I processed it based on how it looks. Obviously, if it's color, it was a while ago, since I stopped using color for my art prints many years ago. But even the black and whites have a distinctive look depending on how old they are. I've always liked deep, inky blacks. I know there is a trend toward low contrast, washed-out photography, but that's a fad that will eventually run its course. I tend to avoid doing the same thing as everyone else, not in spite of the fact that it's popular, but maybe because of it. My concert photos are always processed with a strong grain structure. I want them to look like they were shot with an old pres

I need a new muse

The only thing I miss about living in Miami was my ready access to hundreds of willing models. The women who call themselves models in north-central Florida are notoriously flakey and unprofessional. I understand that most people have normal jobs that limit their availability, but when you say you're going to be somewhere, please make an effort to be there. Or at least tell me you're not going to make it. If anyone is interested in modeling for me and is willing to do or wear almost anything, let me know. The only requirements are a nice smile and a willingness to arrive on time and ready to work. I can work around your schedule, as long as your schedule isn't "I can maybe make it between Tu

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