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The Sound Cellar in Angola, IN is Closed

I just found out that one of my favorite places closed back in late 2017. The Sound Cellar was my oasis while at Tri State University (now Trine) back in 1976 – 1978. I bought a ton of records and

The Sound Cellar in Angola, IN is Closed

I just found out that one of my favorite places closed back in late 2017. The Sound Cellar was my oasis while at Tri State University (now Trine) back in 1976 – 1978. I bought a ton of records and

Still Life

I’ve been looking at this still life for a long long time.  Finally, I photographed it in a way that appealed to me.

Still Life

I’ve been looking at this still life for a long long time.  Finally, I photographed it in a way that appealed to me.

President Kennedy’s Eulogy for Robert Frost

President Kennedy eulogized Robert Frost, October 26, 1963 and offered many thoughts on art, artists and their role in society.  His words are very powerful; while these words were spoken fifty three years in the past, today his words continue

President Kennedy’s Eulogy for Robert Frost

President Kennedy eulogized Robert Frost, October 26, 1963 and offered many thoughts on art, artists and their role in society.  His words are very powerful; while these words were spoken fifty three years in the past, today his words continue

IMA Adds Brett Weston Prints to its Collection

In 2015, IMA added a selection Brett Weston Prints to its Collection. From IMA’s press release: •A selection of Brett Weston’s black and white landscape photographs, received as a gift from the Christian Keesee Collection of Oklahoma. These are the

IMA Adds Brett Weston Prints to its Collection

In 2015, IMA added a selection Brett Weston Prints to its Collection. From IMA’s press release: •A selection of Brett Weston’s black and white landscape photographs, received as a gift from the Christian Keesee Collection of Oklahoma. These are the

A Collection of Photographs

A Collection of Photographs Gleaned from a part of my collection that includes photographs from fellow photographers, colleagues, instructors and friends, and one “unknown,” as well as my own archive, this exhibition is an eclectic collection that runs the gamut

A Collection of Photographs

A Collection of Photographs Gleaned from a part of my collection that includes photographs from fellow photographers, colleagues, instructors and friends, and one “unknown,” as well as my own archive, this exhibition is an eclectic collection that runs the gamut

Tintype Portrait by Dale Bernstein

Recently, Satch and I were fortunate and privileged to have our tintype portrait made by master photographer, Dale Bernstein.  It was a Saturday, and Dale was hosting a day of portrait making at Mab Graves studio/gallery.  Kip Normand organized and

Tintype Portrait by Dale Bernstein

Recently, Satch and I were fortunate and privileged to have our tintype portrait made by master photographer, Dale Bernstein.  It was a Saturday, and Dale was hosting a day of portrait making at Mab Graves studio/gallery.  Kip Normand organized and

iPhone Test

This is a test post and photograph from my iPhone.

iPhone Test

This is a test post and photograph from my iPhone.

New Work

A couple of new photographs.  One was made at a creek that empties into Lake Michigan and the other is a portrait of Satch. Lake Michigan and Creek Sand Satch

New Work

A couple of new photographs.  One was made at a creek that empties into Lake Michigan and the other is a portrait of Satch. Lake Michigan and Creek Sand Satch

Detail of a Piece by Satch

As detailed in my essay about my “retirement” from photography I am now pursuing photography from whatever direction personally interests me.  This photograph that I am sharing is the beginning. This is a detail of a piece that was created

Detail of a Piece by Satch

As detailed in my essay about my “retirement” from photography I am now pursuing photography from whatever direction personally interests me.  This photograph that I am sharing is the beginning. This is a detail of a piece that was created

"Retiring" from Photography, sort of…

I am out of here Ok, so, anyhow, I am “retiring” from photography and the photography community.  I’ve tried to come up with a better word than “retire” but it seems to be the word that most accurately describes what’s

"Retiring" from Photography, sort of…

I am out of here Ok, so, anyhow, I am “retiring” from photography and the photography community.  I’ve tried to come up with a better word than “retire” but it seems to be the word that most accurately describes what’s

"Instant Love" at Mad Art Gallery, Dublin, Ireland and Prism Magazine

(click the poster to enlarge) As I’ve posted here in the recent past I have three photographs in an international Polaroid exhibition, “Impossible Love,” curated by Karol Liver. Mad Art Gallery in Dublin, Ireland is hosting this exhibition with support

"Instant Love" at Mad Art Gallery, Dublin, Ireland and Prism Magazine

(click the poster to enlarge) As I’ve posted here in the recent past I have three photographs in an international Polaroid exhibition, “Impossible Love,” curated by Karol Liver. Mad Art Gallery in Dublin, Ireland is hosting this exhibition with support

Changes

For some time now I’ve alluded to changes that were forthcoming.  So, today I thought I would post the bottom line.  In the coming days I will write an essay about this decision and Julie and I are considering making

Changes

For some time now I’ve alluded to changes that were forthcoming.  So, today I thought I would post the bottom line.  In the coming days I will write an essay about this decision and Julie and I are considering making

Carmel Grain Elevator

Carmel Grain Elevator, 2009 (Made with a Holga)

Carmel Grain Elevator

Carmel Grain Elevator, 2009 (Made with a Holga)

2 Photographers Works In Progress Exhibit Is Open

Artists’ Reception this coming First Friday, January 6, 2011 at Midland Arts and Antiques Market.  For more information go to the 2 Photographers Works In Progress Website. Photograph by Satch

2 Photographers Works In Progress Exhibit Is Open

Artists’ Reception this coming First Friday, January 6, 2011 at Midland Arts and Antiques Market.  For more information go to the 2 Photographers Works In Progress Website. Photograph by Satch

Moving Forward

Ron with his Polaroid, Photograph by Satch, 11/23/2011 As I begin to move forward with a new direction for my photography, I have been attempting to clarify my thinking about my work. When I am photographing I feel and sense

Moving Forward

Ron with his Polaroid, Photograph by Satch, 11/23/2011 As I begin to move forward with a new direction for my photography, I have been attempting to clarify my thinking about my work. When I am photographing I feel and sense

More New Work, Videos and Thoughts

There is plenty of new work to see on the 2 Photographers Works in Progress blog.  And we have our own domain – http://2PhotographersWorksInProgress.net.  Please check out the new posts.  Thanks!

More New Work, Videos and Thoughts

There is plenty of new work to see on the 2 Photographers Works in Progress blog.  And we have our own domain – http://2PhotographersWorksInProgress.net.  Please check out the new posts.  Thanks!

Formations 2011, Kewanna, Indiana

Diane Tesler’s Studio/Gallery On this past gorgeous Saturday (October 22, 2011) Satch and I made it to Kewanna to catch “Formations 2011,” the annual exhibition that artist Diane Tesler presents in her studio/gallery. Diane on the Right We had a

Formations 2011, Kewanna, Indiana

Diane Tesler’s Studio/Gallery On this past gorgeous Saturday (October 22, 2011) Satch and I made it to Kewanna to catch “Formations 2011,” the annual exhibition that artist Diane Tesler presents in her studio/gallery. Diane on the Right We had a

First Phase Complete – Truth From Perceptions and Changes Coming

As of this evening I have completed the first phase of Truth From Perceptions. There are about 135 photographs from which to cull the exhibit. I have made over 500 negatives during the last nine months. Now the editing begins.

First Phase Complete – Truth From Perceptions and Changes Coming

As of this evening I have completed the first phase of Truth From Perceptions. There are about 135 photographs from which to cull the exhibit. I have made over 500 negatives during the last nine months. Now the editing begins.