November 1999. 160T film. No idea of exposure, but it looks short for me, maybe 4 minutes? Possibly before moonrise. Church bus, left behind in a junkyard near Wasco, California, that no longer exists. Almost broke my leg off stepping out of that door into a 2-foot hole, obscured by tumbleweeds, after adding the red […]
I half expected to see the stringless ghost of Steve Zodiac climb out of the dusty cockpit of “Snoopy”, the forgotten B-58; parked among the Joshuas and creosote on the dry-lake fringe of Edwards AFB, like some crashed sci-fi space ship on some distant planet. About 15 minutes with no added light. August 2014. Still remains one of […]
Looking West from southern Nevada, as a late spring storm comes barreling in from the Sierras. Near midnight, May 21st, 2016. Fisheyed and lit from 2 directions (plus the full moon), in the lobby of that lonely gas station, in that big empty between Beatty and Goldfield.
Big fun at the one-night-workshop at Cypress Lawn cemetery last night, shooting with a big pack of night photographers. Catching up with old friends, making new ones, and taking weird pictures, on a perfect, crystal clear night. Some of the newbies fell for the technique hard, always fun to watch. Charles de Young, co-founder and editor […]
Last year I agreed to co-host a one-night photography workshop with Jon Haeber at Cypress Lawn cemetery in Colma this coming June. My payment: unlimited, private, night-shooting access, from the management at the most prestigious San Francisco cemetery (and yes, it’s impossible to sneak into: speaking from experience, the place is jammed with alarms and […]
One of the traffic-stopping 6-foot prints at my current show at 111 Minna Gallery, which hangs until 3/26. Friday is the only night the gallery is open to the public this week. If you want to drop by and say hi, I will be there from 5-9. Couldn’t make the opening? Here’s your second […]