Ace was a Sheriff in Chesterfield, Va. for 20 years and now lives OBX. I see Ace every time I come to the Outer Banks Fishing Pier and always standing in the same spot at the end of the bar.
Tonight with the full moon I introduced myself asked if I could take his picture. Gotta love him. Thanks Ace!!
(iPhone , available light)
Changing clothes in the parking lot of a pier is just one of those things you end up doing sometimes down here Outer Banks way. Here my Brazilian bro Tonico changes his shoes and my friend Alex gets ready for a swim. Tonico a key character in my book set in Rio ( based on a true story) and i am shooting Alex for real.. so both my “models”…both super good people.
Photo by Candy Pilar Godoy
Artist JR in his studio in NYC. I interviewed and photographed JR for BURN yesterday. A hard man to catch is JR. Always on the move and always for a good cause. I have photographed my share of well known artists yet IMO this man is the real thing. Stay tuned.
Retro. Medium format film. Giulia Piolanti, ballerina Cirque du Soleil. Photographed in San Quirico d’Orcia, Tuscany, Italy. This fibre print fresh out of my darkroom. One of a kind.
I am now ONLY interested in medium format film. Totally set to process film and print at home. A luxury beyond all. At the same time I am shooting also with my iPhone and mixing retro with 5 minutes ago. I mean why not?
Who says things must be “boxed” and in “order”? Life does come in sequence, yet memory and perception are abstract.
This is what photography IS.
If you only wanted “reality”, then no need to pick up pen, or brush, or camera.