Monthly Archives: May 2012

Why do you shoot?

I’ve been pouring through thousands of photos, tens of thousands actually, searching for just the right ones to tell the complete story of my son who recently graduated from high school.  It’s a family tradition, that during the party with … Continue reading

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Remembering, with gratitude

On this Memorial Day, we dedicate this post to all of the men and women who serve and have served, in all branches and on all shores. I especially want to remember members of our family: Uncle Reynold L.J. Spadoni, … Continue reading

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A day at the market

We made an unplanned stop at one of my favorite markets on Sunday, Russo’s of Watertown, Massachusetts.  It’s a large indoor market that carries every imaginable type of produce, flowers, and specialty items, has an enticing bakery and garden shop.  … Continue reading

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According to Wikipedia, “A shadow is an area where direct light from a light source cannot reach due to obstruction by an object.”  I would add that, sometimes, the shadow is more interesting than the object that cast it.  Here … Continue reading

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Nantucket Harbor

I’m pouring though my photo library and came across this image, taken during the late summer of 2008.  It remains one of my favorites. We were getting ready to depart Nantucket for Hyannis, Massachusetts, when I saw this one boat … Continue reading

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Traveling through time: appreciating black & white photography

The Atlantic Magazine published a photo piece earlier this week entitled: “50 Years Ago: The World in 1962”. It’s a collection of mostly black and white photos taken in 1962, that captures the essence of life in that long gone … Continue reading

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Shooting in Black & White… repeat Shooting

I’m presently intrigued by the recent announcement of the Leica M-Monochrom digital rangefinder camera.  In short, it’s a camera that shoots only in black & white.  Only. When I first heard about this, I thought: why would anyone want to … Continue reading

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The Olympus OM-D E-M5 vs. the Fujifilm X-Pro 1. Huh?

The internet is on fire.  Which camera to buy: the Olympus OM-D E-M5 (that’s a mouthful) or the Fujifilm X-Pro 1?  Sure, Canon has released the successor to its ridiculously popular 5D II and Nikon’s newest twins, the D800 and … Continue reading

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“There’s sunshine in your smile”

That’s the meaning of a yellow tulip, according to Plantingseedblog. That seemed pretty fitting to me when I saw this bunch that my children gave their Mom yesterday. Taken with a recently acquired Canon SX230 HS P&S, in macro mode. Edited … Continue reading

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Thanks Mom!

2 Guys Photo would like to take a moment to thank, remember and honor our Mom, our children’s Moms, and all the Moms out there. A few thoughts on Motherhood, courtesy of A mother is a person who, seeing … Continue reading

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“Life is what happens…”

Photo: “Life is what happens while you’re busy making other plans”, is a quote attributed to John Lennon (from his song “Beautiful Boy”). And isn’t that the truth? Rey and I thoroughly enjoyed our time creating, promoting and sharing … Continue reading

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