Scott Mathews – Grass Island, Owens River

Grass Island, Owens River copyright 2021 Scott Mathews - I find many natural landscape photographs to be very meditative in nature, especially those which are rendered in black & white.  The more abstract qualities of black & white for me allows these images to appear more poetic, which I feel is evident as in my recent... Continue Reading →

Stan Kuran – Water Reflections

Water Reflections, Ralph B. Clark Regional Park, Buena Park, CA copyright Stan Kuran 1994 By Douglas Stockdale - Recently I have been working on a series of photographs that investigate aspects of particle physics and was developing some of these photographs into black and white images, when I saw this on-line photography by Stan Kuran.... Continue Reading →

Remembering Bill Collins

We are very sad to take leave of Bill Collins, who passed away this February. He was a great photographer and friend, a faithful member of our Photo Exchange group who shared many examples of his photography over the years. I am showing five of his photographs above ("Before the Storm") and below, from our... Continue Reading →

Fall Season – On-line Exhibition

Photographer; Harvey Chin The year is traditionally marked by the passing of time as indicated by the seasonal weather conditions; it is currently the fall while steadily heading into winter. This seasonal period also has events that are well known; Halloween, Thanksgiving, and coming soon Christmas and Hanukkah. Most of these holiday events are family... Continue Reading →

Survey of Contemporary Landscape

Diane Reeves, Pyramid, Nevada The investigation and image capture of the landscape dates back to the earliest photographs made by a camera in 1826 by Joseph Nicephore Niepce and the landscape still remains as one of the classic photographic genres. Photographers have romanticized the landscape as part of the Pictorialist movement in the early 1900’s... Continue Reading →

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