posts tagged ‘Photography

Family Photo Wall

By James Caldwell | Published: June 2nd, 2010

I have been prodded by several friends to showcase my ‘Family Photo Wall’ but I don’t really like the idea of placing my personal life on display. However a good friend suggested that I write a brief instructional of how I accomplished this task because they knew that I documented the whole procedure. (Actually they were politely poking fun at my sometimes meticulous nature.) Of course they were correct and so the following is a brief instructional on my inexpensive, albeit time consuming, family photo wall.

Photowall Snapshot

Photowall Snapshot

Designing a Better Gate

By James Caldwell | Published: February 2nd, 2009

I have always liked metal work and thought that most of what we see while we walk through our communities could be better. I also know that some areas, like mine, or most areas in New York City, have too much metal work and there needs to be a new approach. Now that is all fine but most people’s budgets do not allow for new technology or uber-creative metal work.

A Photographer’s Gallery

By James Caldwell | Published: January 4th, 2009

An artist’s site always captures interest. Their online galleries are often windows into other times or worlds, real or imaginary.

India Trip

By James Caldwell | Published: November 27th, 2008

Last year I went to India for a vacation and all around me, whether intended or not, there were beautiful examples of pattern, design and colour. This is a brief photo essay concerning my trip.