In Our Face!

Photo Prose By Gary Rabenko Someone dropped a heavy theatrical lighting cabling from a 15-foot height. He did it without looking to see what was below. I was below! It merely grazed...

“Never Again!”

Photo Prose By Gary Rabenko I loved Meir Kahane. He was real.Q We should lament his passing and how he was treated by his fellow Jews. I used to think of him...

Annoying Photographers

Photo Prose By Gary Rabenko Years ago, a few photographers were using a hard-to-find old magnesium ladder made by the White Metal and Stamping Company. It was super lightweight and very...

Photo Expo Ends Photographer!

Photo Prose By Gary Rabenko The Photo Expo at the Javitz Center, which I try to attend each year, took place a couple of weeks ago. Everyone I spoke with agreed...

Choosing Your Photographer

Photo Prose By Gary Rabenko How will you choose photos after your event? Knowing what the final criteria might be seems like a good first step in choosing your photographer. “My number...

Thinking Like A Photographer

Photo Prose By Gary Rabenko Many want to improve their photography. With everyone being a photographer in their own way, interest in how pro photographers think is on the rise. Do...

Digital Distractions

Photo Prose By Gary Rabenko iPhones, iPads, iPods–ay yay yay. Is there a “me” in all this? Where have we all gone? It gets worse daily. Digital devices have become walls and barriers to...

Three Circles, One Photographer

Photo Prose By Gary Rabenko Sometimes everything is going right–but no one knows it! Here I am in the center of the women’s dancing, covering all three circles. The bride’s friends are...

The New Montage: A Wall Of Words

Photo Prose By Gary Rabenko Each year sees an exponential decrease in substance and a similar increase in vapidity. Last year, at a huge, beautiful, fancy bar mitzvah, the montage shown...

Feeling The Image: Photo Album Design, Part 3

Photo Prose By Gary Rabenko Artists must work by feel. Many photographers refer to themselves as artists; yet only a few work by feel, while most work by habit. Feeling is...
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