Out to Breakfast < JP Photography

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Out to Breakfast

  owever many times I stand at my kitchen sink at night developing film it never gets old. While turning the tank over in my hand processing this roll I realized that in doing so I am part of a photo-chemical lineage that traces directly back 176 years. Add to this that the developerĀ I use […]

Walks in the Woods

  iking in the woods at the end of our street is one of our favorite things to do together. Walking out of the house the late afternoon fall light was so striking on this day. Here is an image from our walk. Jasper rocks one of his Threadless shirts which features all the great […]

Los Angeles, California

ery much has been written about imaging making in the Golden State; much of it vain attempts to capture the specific light there. Another black and white photographer once said,”Everything worth photographing is in California.” Similarly I could cite Sir. Hillary’s immortal quip in response to why we continue to photograph in the light of […]

James Intveld

ames Intveld is a musician and actor who is also a friend I have photographed many times. This image comes from a shoot we did over 2 days in and around Nashville. We shot all over and for this set-up he wore the suit Manuel made for him. Manuel and James have known each other […]

Brian Dillard

Tribeza magazine here in town assigned me to make a portrait of local architect Brian Dillard for their upcoming October Architectural issue. He is a very talented architect who has designed many projects in different areas of Austin. I met him in his South Congress office where he showed me a few plans for homes […]