Friday, July 31, 2009

Friday



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A few more images from the Hampton Beach trip two weeks ago. This place was filled with so much character the images practically landed in your lap. This work is guided by my love of photographers such as Stephen Shore, William Eggleston, and many others who were able to turn very ordinary, mundane objects, into beautiful ones. Hopefully I have been able to carry on that tradition as well as keeping a subtle level of humor in my work.

Enjoy these three over the weekend, check out more about Stephen Shore and William Eggleston, and have some fun!

Adam

"Topliss"
"Matress Sign"
"Between Two Houses"

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

New Work!



My best girl and I recently traveled to the lovely town of Hampton Beach, NH for some shooting and laughs. We both returned with a great number of images and I will be sharing mine over the next few days/weeks.

Its the first time in awhile that I pushed any 35mm film through my camera and I have to say it went great! I will be shooting more with it and hope to have more to share soon! Stay tuned for more images from this series.

As always...enjoy.

"Change"
"Light on Bingo-Reno"
"Air Hockey Corner"

Friday, July 24, 2009

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Wednesday

Another image from an older series of work Textures. This body of work was a big stepping stone for me in my image making and printing. And hopefully someday i'll get my head out of my bum and get back to working on this series...for now enjoy the archives!

"Market Street #2"

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

The Exposure Project Book 4 Available now!!

Hey Everyone,

We are proud to announce the release of Issue 4 of The Exposure Project Book. Both regular and special edition copies are now available through the "Books" section of our website. You can view all the specific details pertaining to the release below:


Cover of Issue 4 of The Exposure Project Book


Includes photographs by Chris Bentley, Rona Chang, Daniel Farnum, Elizabeth Fleming, Lee Gainer, Matthew Genitempo, Inka LindergÄrd & Niclas Holmström, Natascha Libbert, Bradley Peters, Carlo Van de Roer, Daniel Shea, Manuel Vazquez, Jens Windolf, Susan Worsham and Bahar Yurukoglu

Brian Ulrich's essay "Myths and Realities, Photography Moves Into the 21st Century"

Regular Edition
68 pages, Softcover
Edition of 100
8 x 10 in.
$45 + Shipping & Handling

Special Edition
68 pages, Hardcover
Edition of 25
8 x 10 in.
$100 + Shipping & Handling

Each special edition book also include two signed and numbered 8.5 x 11 prints of the customer's choice. To view the print editions click here.

Buy one now while supplies last!

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Thursday

Here is an image from an older series of work of mine "Textures." I have been very much wanting to get back out and work in this style again. It is quiet and calming and somewhat like a meditation when I would be out working and looking for these images.

This image was the first time I really pulled back and viewed the whole scene instead of focusing on a detail. I will post more until I get some newer work scanned and put online! Enjoy and relax.

"Untitled 14"

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Glasshouse Images

I just recently became a member of Glasshouse Images Stock portfolio. I had been submitting groups of images to these folks for a few months now, and after a long trial period, they have accepted 10 of my images. I hope to submit and have a much larger portfolio with them over time, but for now im just excited!

Glasshouse Images is a stock photography website based in NYC that has a slight bend toward the more artistic. They feature much more interesting work than your typical stock website and give you the freedom to shoot in your own style and not have to sacrifice an interesting image for one that would merely sell. Two friends of mine also have work in their catalog, Aaron Joel Santos, and Stephen Sheffield. Stop by to check out all the great work they have on file!

Glasshouse Images


Stephen Sheffield

Aaron Joel Santos

Monday, July 6, 2009

The Exposure Project Book 4


Just a teaser...Book 4 is nearing completion and we are all very excited about its release! We will be offering the book in two formats, the regular edition which will be limited to a first printing of 100, as well as a limited edition of 25 that will include a choice of 2 original artist proofs, a hardback version of the book in a custom case, and all will be signed a numbered. The quality of production and work featured in the book all makes this our best offering yet. Stay tuned here and at The Exposure Project's blog and website for more information regarding the release date and pricing.

And isn't that just a sexy picture of a book!

Another image tells a story

I knew about this but forgot...Nancy over at "Every Photo Tells a Story" blog, posted up another one of my images a few weeks back. Check out the comments section to see folks ideas and stories about what they get from the image.

This is once again a very funny thing to see, because, like my other image on her blog, I know what was going on when I took the photograph and how I was feeling about it. Some people share some of the same feelings but most are new takes on it. I typically don't put a lot of fore thought into images as I am making them, trying to stay open to any number of feelings and images. Shoot first think later. So being much later I enjoy reading people's responses, and re-thinking about the image I made almost 3 years ago now...

Hope everyone is well and be sure to check back to Nancy's blog.

"Leaf on a Screen" Greenville, ME

Every Photo Tells a Story Blog

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

New work

Well I have continued to keep shooting, which I am very happy about. Last Saturday I was lucky to be apart of one of those days were a storm clears, the sun comes out and is low in the sky, which makes everything shimmer with light. I was standing on my porch and looked all around me and realized that I had to take pictures. It's always nice when the scene around you forces you to take pictures, instead of using other motivations.

Hopefully this feeling translates here. There are others from this moment in time of shooting that I will be posting soon. I also have a topic in mind that I hope will start an ongoing discussion on this blog, but more on that later.

Just wait for the storm to clear...