Monthly Archives: January 2012

Learning lighting from watching TV

I learn something new every week about lighting by watching the three best shows currently running on television ( although one has just been cancelled). 1.The best show on television right now, in regards to storytelling, acting and best of … Continue reading

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Greetings From Southern California

Just spent a weekend listening to loud guitars, keyboards and drums. It is the NAMM show (National Association of Music Merchants). The guys that make all the instruments that bands play, and the musicians that covet them!! Day one: Hanging … Continue reading

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Real Talent

Earlier this week, I was asked to shoot some photos at a recording session in town. It  was for a song on Robert Randolph’s new CD, featuring Buddy Guy and his band, produced and engineered by the legendary Eddie Kramer. … Continue reading

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Fair Use

This month there is an interesting article in Digital Photo Pro (January 2012) concerning the concept of “Fair use.” Seems that a musician “redid” the Miles Davis album “Kind of Blue” as an 8 bit cliptune tribute to the original. … Continue reading

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New York Punk

I have been reading a great book by Chuck Eddy (Rock and Roll Always Forgets), a journalist that who has written about music for many years for many publications. It is a collection of his writing, divided into genres. He … Continue reading

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