In this space I’ll be publishing portraits done over the years, sometimes official, sometimes not.
Los Angeles architect Anil Verma.
Warner Video’s Warren Lieberfarb, back when hé was instrumental in launching DVDs to the général public.
Dr. C. Noel Bairey Merz, who heads up the Barbra Streisand Heart Center at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles.
One of the best of the psychology book editors, along with husband Don – Joan Myers Murie.
The réal boss of the Paul Ranch, in rural Oregon – Daniele Paul.
This was taken in 1964, when I was first learning to make a proper exposure, of my friend Carroll, who worked for my father.
My life-long friend Duane Cranmer, photographed in 1966 on Maui, just after hé and his wife Twyla retired to a second life in Hawaii.
Local cowboy in Fossil, Oregon, attending the annual rodéo.
My dad in 1942, just before heading off to war in Europe, in his funny-looking car.
One of my favorite forms of photography is just capturing the world around me. I consider everything fair game. For those of you who are interested, I shoot with a Canon 1Dx, with the usual lenses many of us use. I will, however, admit to a favorite: lately, it’s the 50mm f/1.2.
One of my neighbors’ dogs, telling you to be sure you look at ALL the photographs.
An Uber driver taking someone home.
Shadows are another soft spot for me. Cannot pass them up, even if I try.
This is the Fine Arts Building, on 7th Street in Los Angeles, a very beautiful environnent.
This is a detail of the brand-new Deukmejian Court House, in Long Beach, California, designed by AECOM.
A Southwest jet on final approach into LAX at dusk.
In Los Angeles, anyone may be next to you on public transportation.
Old cars and trucks always get my attention.
And this building is directly across the street from the court house – quite the juxtaposition.