|Welcome to my website, in which I share my passion for photography, my ideas, and even a Visitor's guide to Boulder, Colorado.|
April 2003, all my images were captured on film and scanned.
Most of my work since then has been done on the Canon EOS-10D,
20D, 40D, and 6D, as well as the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G3 and
process images with Picture
a superb program that deserves to be better known. Manipulation is
limited to dodging, burning, and adjusting color and contrast-- routine
operations in a conventional darkroom that can be performed with far
July 2003 I have been working more than full time on Imatest,
so much of this website is out-of-date. Imatest
is used by a great many companies to develop and test digital cameras,
and is now working 24/7 in hundreds of production lines.
B&W before 1984
Color before 1999
Monument Valley 2004
News: I will be having a show of photographs at the National Center for Atmospheric Research
from August 1 through September 30, 2016. You are invited to the opening, Saturday, August 13, 5-8PM.
Directions: From Broadway in Boulder, take Table Mesa Drive west (toward the mountains) all the way to the end.
I've put up a blog to post the images in the show as well as other recent images.
The prints are large and contain amazing detail.
|I enjoy meeting photographers. So if you are planning to pass through Boulder and you'd like to visit or go for a photographic hike, please let me know.|
|For requests, questions or comments, e-mail me. This site is written with KompoZer, a nice free web authoring program. (If I were starting today I'd use WordPress.)|
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who uses language with
elegance, grace and beauty
to convey the light
of the human spirit
Added after Peter's
September 6, 2001 concert
in honor of the victims
and the survivors
of September 11.
What has the
"War on Terror"
done to Peter's vision?
|You remember when you felt
That we all had to care or all was lost
But now you see believers turned to cynics
And you wonder was the struggle worth the cost
Then you see someone too young to know the difference
And the veil of isolation in their eyes
And inside you know you’ve got to leave them something
Or the hope for something better slowly dies
Carry on my sweet survivor Carry on my lonely friend
Don’t give up on the dream And don’t let it end
Carry on my sweet survivor Tho’ you know that something’s gone
For everything that matters Carry on Sweet survivor
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