Until the ecommerce part of this site is finished (probably a few more months), my photos are sold at http://nate-heldman.artistwebsites.com/. The normal price for a 20×24 canvas of this print is $350, but FAA has a great promotion going right … Read More
A mix of photos, how I made them, where/how/why, and stories of my journey in photography, this blog will likely be artful, weird, long-winded, deep, shallow, curmudgeonly, youthful, and that’s by noon. Sometimes my photos won’t quite make the cut for the website but I’ll share them here…for how I missed what i was hoping to capture, or how I was trying something new.
I have some pretty gifted siblings when it comes to photography and I may have a guest post from them from time to time, as well. You might find reasons a portrait session for your high school senior/Ferrari F12/growing family/grandparents is important to set up. Maybe one of them will share something about a shoot (I speak Ferrari, so I can translate), or perhaps a note from the owner of an original art print might tell what speaks to them about their piece.
I’ll also list gallery shows and art fairs here, along with photos of the events. The art fair circuit will be entirely new to me (targeting October as a starting point) and I’m sure they’ll generate some amusing anecdotes along the way. So, as blogs go, it might be a little scattered. But, it will all, somehow, be focused (see what I did there?) on my photographic journey.
Leica lenses are great, but this is ridiculous. As reported in my world by ShutYourAperture.com, Leica has built a lens (and a prototype) that was commissioned by a sheik from Qatar that cost almost $2.1 million dollars. The 1600 5.6 … Read More
Who doesn’t like free wine? I mean, even if you don’t like wine, you probably like free wine. You can always sell it on Craigslist or Ebay and turn that free money into new red oven mitts or a plastic … Read More
I cannot hear about Cocoa Beach, Florida without thinking of Barbara Eden and Larry Hagman in I Dream of Jeannie. The genie/astronaut based romp took place in Cocoa Beach as Major Nelson’s job kept him soaring out of, then, Cape … Read More
In my last post, Road Trippin, I shared an amazing day of driving (maybe my favorite activity on earth to do alone), making photos (right up there with driving), listening to the recently reinstated 40′s on 4 Sirius XM station, … Read More