Monthly Archives: August 2010

A few things!

In the latest issue of Rolling Stone there is a Lalapalooza wrap up. In the first paragraph, there is a great quote from Emily Haines of Metric (according to Wikipedia a Canadian band) who, when asked to comment on the … Continue reading

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What a week!!

For the last year I have been complaining about not getting access and not shooting a lot. Well, this week brought back the good old days Saturday 8/14: Spent a lovely evening with John Mayer and the Avett Brothers. Spectacular … Continue reading

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Keeps on getting worse!!

In the last couple of weeks the rights grab people have been increasing. From the Press gazette in London:  http://www.pressgazette.co.uk/biography.asp?contact=6 Photographers covering musician Jay-Z’s recent appearance at the Wireless Festival in London were apparently asked to sign away their copyright … Continue reading

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The end of photojournalism

During my discussion with my publicist friend a few weeks ago, another subject that came up was the fact that many young photographers were more than willing to give their work away for nothing. I talked to a photographer yesterday … Continue reading

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Cartier-Bresson

The career retrospective of Cartier- Bresson’s work opened in Chicago, last week, and I was waiting in line! Well worth the wait. The show shouldn’t be missed. All of my blabbing about the decisive moment was on display in about … Continue reading

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