Just posted a new collection on jfinkimages.com: Grand Canyon 2019. These are images from a recent backpacking trip into the heart of the Canyon, a truly sacred space…
Here’s the link to the blog page describing the collection:
And here’s t link to the collection itself-
play the slideshow with your sound turned on (and your browser set to allow automatic music to play…)
Just posted a new collection on jfinkimages.com – Yosemite 2017. These are images from a week in Yosemite in a workshop at the Ansel Adams Gallery taught by Alan Ross, a terrific photographer and former full time assistant to Ansel Adams.
It was quite smoky that week with a large fire in the park and drift from Santa Rosa. See the accompanying blog post for details.
Run the slideshow with your sound turned on – each time I post a Collection I build a virtual gallery for it. Each photo can be viewed in isolation, or you can take a “gallery stroll” with the music. Step in, look around, enjoy…
Here’s the link to the photos – Yosemite 2017, jfinkimages.com
and to the blog post – jfinkimages blog
After my rant in the post “Why do you do that?” (Why do you do that?), it’s time to relaunch Jfinkimages.com.
I was talking with a painter friend of mine this morning about art and communication. On some level, we’re each in the fog bank of our own lives, and while we think we can clearly see each other, well, it’s often more opaque than that.
So here’s to sending up a small signal flare from inside this fog bank, from my fog to yours.
In thinking about making and sharing images, I’ve decided that my photo site will carry one or two collections of images at a time, no more. My intention is that each collection will offer something of beauty in its own right. Further, my hope is that one might enter the collection and linger for a few precious minutes. A bit of an anti-instagram perhaps. This won’t be for everyone. Come in and browse.
The first collection is entitled “Human Places.” Click the “slideshow” button in the upper right corner, then take it to full screen. Turn your sound on. I hope you enjoy the experience of this first collection. From my fog bank to yours…
here’s the link: Human Places
May it be of benefit,