March 10, 2012 | Ed Foster Jr.
I do enjoy Saturday mornings. It’s a time I awake a little later and relax. It’s a great time to catch a couple of web surfing waves. When I scurried over to the Hasselblad Owners’ Club site today it was really cool to see that … Continue Reading →
February 10, 2012 | Ed Foster Jr.
There are two subjects that really spark a fire in the eyes Patricia Rodríguez Alomá. One is Habana Vieja (Old Havana) in Cuba, and the other is her nonagenarian father, Dr. Rubén Rodríguez Gavaldá. They are both a part of her heritage and her awe. … Continue Reading →
October 22, 2011 | Ed Foster Jr.
I must confess I have always enjoyed using wide-angle lenses. Not your average 21 mm either, but really wide lenses just short of the round image fish-eye style. I like the perspective and I like working close to subjects. Sometimes though, even with a 12mm … Continue Reading →
August 31, 2011 | Ed Foster Jr.
In classes and seminars on photojournalism and photography that I have conducted, I constantly remind students of my first rule for fully capturing the moment that has served me well: “stay in the camera.” My youngest son, Zack, and I set off for a late-afternoon … Continue Reading →