I’m deep into my archives at the moment as I finalize the print order for my upcoming photography show. I found this shot, taken a while back from the Huntington Beach pier, in the process. All of this curating, ordering and framing stuff is making me miss the actual taking of photos. Hopefully, I’ll be able to remedy that soon!
As it turns out, this whole putting-together-an-art-show thing is not only a lot of work but a stress-fest extraordinaire for a detail-oriented perfectionist like me. All those neurotic tendencies I thought I had left behind in my youth? They were only on break, waiting for the right circumstances under which to rear their ugly heads once again.
I do hope you’ll bear with me as I try to catch up here and finish this 365 project on schedule. Thanks for sticking with me, folks! :-)
I’m enjoying film photography so much these days that I’m taking on a side project dedicated to it. If you hang out over on Tumblr, I do hope you’ll check out the new all-analog photoblog that I’ve launched there. :-)
First, I’m honored to have three of my Polaroids featured over at IStillShootFilm.org. ISSF is a great resource for analog-photo enthusiasts and one of my favorite film-photography websites. I’d love it if you’d pop on over and check out the post here. It’s a Tumblr-based website so, if you do the Tumblr thing and like what you see, maybe you’ll show ISSF some love and add a “note” as well? ;-)
In other news…After almost five years of sharing my images online, I’ll be kicking off 2015 with a real-world photography show at Cafe Aroma, one of the coolest gathering spots here in Idyllwild. My photos will be on display there during the months of January and February and I’m pretty excited about it!
As for the photo, it’s a Polaroid SX-70 shot I took a while back at Los Angeles’ Heritage Square Museum.
That’s all I’ve got for now, folks. See you back here tomorrow.