2013
05.14

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It has been beautiful here over the last week or so getting up to the high 60′s or low 70′s and then going down to the low 40′s at night.  Spring has been beautiful this year [it seems to be getting better each year as the winters seem longer ;-)] and we’ve enjoyed to progression of the colors snowdrops the the forsythia. 

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2013
02.26

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I was sitting in our family room the other night while my wife, Audrey, was in the kitchen beginning to work on a dinner we were having the following night when some friends were coming over for the evening.  All of a sudden I heard her say, “Wow, that’s neat!” .

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2013
02.18

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Last weekend we had a minor snowstorm of about 5 inches [that I'm hoping is our last of the winter].  Winters jsut ain’t what they used to be when I was a kid.  So, then within about three days, we had temperatures in 40′s and 50′s.  Guess what happened;  warm air, cold snow … fog everywhere even at the vineyard just down the road from us.

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Did I tell you that we live in a rural part of NJ?

 

Somewhere in rural New Jersey

2012
11.30

Saying goodbye

Today was one of those REALLY difficult, BAD days!

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2012
09.19

 

The second best part of being a photographer for me [after meeting all sorts of different people!] is all the places that I get to go that most people never see!  In the healthcare industry that means research labs, treatment areas with all the new technology, and operating rooms!  And in all of them, especially the OR, I’m still working with the concept of “photomasks” as well as real masks.

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2012
07.02

My brother-in-law is the president of a high-end audio component company.  A grey market of over 10K websites use his photos of his products on their sites and therefore don’t have to pay for their own photographs plus, and probably more importantly, they can appear to be authorized agents for his company.  If his photographer had registered the images with the Copyright Office, then my brother-in-law would have been able to shut down every one of those sites by sending out what is called a DMCA Take Down notice [Digital Millennium Copyright Act] to the ISPs hosting those sites.

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2012
06.19
Harry's Birthday

Please notice the Rutgers cap that he stole from me! ;-)

Yesterday, the 18th, was Uncle Harry’s 94th birthday so Audrey and I decided that he needed to leave the assisted living facility where he’s been living since we moved him in in February from his home in Brooklyn and take him out to lunch at a great local restaurant we’ve been going to recently.  Audrey has a rather restricted diet so it’s been difficult over all these years to go out for a meal, but we tried The Stage House Tavern {formerly O’Connors Steak House] about 4 miles down the road and they’ve been GREAT about modifying items on the menu so that she’ll be able to enjoy a meal out.

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2012
05.08

Rebecca was working on the plant floor at a client’s facility in South Carolina and we were working on building a library of images that documented their reclamation processes.  We were doing the typical “diversity dance” where we needed to get a broad selection of the different folks who work in the facility. 

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2012
04.19

"Bird" learning piano

 

These days, the statement I hear most often from new clients is “I have to own these images”.  But I always wonder, what does that really mean?   If you’ve said that to a photographer, what does it mean to you?

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2012
03.13

 

 

As I mentioned in the last email of the oncologic surgeon, what I love the most about the work that I do is that I meet all sorts of people all the time!  Whether they’re doctors, CEO’s, executives or workers on the plant floor, I have to be able to get them relaxed and comfortable quickly so that I can get the images that I need, either for myself or for my clients.

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