July 2010 Desktop Wallpapers

In Wallpapers by David21 Comments

July wallpapers are here, in both 2560×1600 and 1280×853. This is the cover image of the next in The Print & Process series: SAFARI, A Monograph being released through Craft & Vision on July 8th. Click the image above for the smaller wallpaper. Click HERE for the larger one.

Q&A on F&B

In News & Stuff, Rants and Sermons, Thoughts & Theory, Vision Is Better by David5 Comments

Last week I had a great interview with Jeffrey Saddoris from the Faded & Blurred community. I do a lot of interviews, many of which kind of ask the same old questions. This is not that interview. The Faded & Blurred community is a great place filled with some super people. If it’s been a while since your teeth were …

NYC, Maui, the WORLD!

In News & Stuff, Workshops and Events by David21 Comments

For those of you still talking to me after this weekend’s nit-picky, hair-splitting post about words, I’ve got a couple things going on this summer, and I’d love to see you any of them. 🙂 In order of appearance, here’s three. On July 07 I’ll be speaking at the B&H EventSpace in New York City. 3pm. I’ll be talking about …

Oh Snap!

In Pep Talks, Rants and Sermons by David116 Comments

Monterosso, Italy. 2010. Photo credit: Jeffrey Chapman. I feel a rant coming on. I can already hear people rolling their eyes on this one, but hear me out. This morning I made a quick tweet about a pet peeve of mine and got an interesting array of responses. Clearly 140 characters on Twitter is not the best place to nail …

One of Yours, One of Mine.

In Giveaways, News & Stuff by David

It’s been far too long since I’ve done a giveaway on the blog. What can I say, I got busy and it takes time to beg for free stuff. 🙂 I’ve been wanting to shine the light on my friends at Artistic Photo Canvas again and as the time rolls around for me to do a few more canvases I …

Go to the Writers.

In Creativity and Inspiration, Pep Talks, Vision Is Better by David47 Comments

I’m re-reading a stack of books about the creative process. Anne Lamott, Stephen King, Annie Dillard, Robert McKee, et al. When what I want is to hear about the creative life, I don’t go to photographers – most of them are good with images, lousy with words. Want insight into how this whole creative thing works? Go to the writers. …