Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Dark Metropolis

This spring was a photographically productive time for me. In addition to the workshop “Retracing the Modern Masters” that I referenced in my last post, I participated in a workshop entitled “The Dark Metropolis” at ICP taught by an excellent … Continue reading

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My Bio “Not an X-ray”

Today I added (see above) a biography of sorts- a piece written in 1999 by my oldest son Roger to celebrate as he put it “Rothman’s first solo exhibition… a mid-career survey” (my only one I might add and held … Continue reading

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Graffiti

During a recent workshop at The International Center of Photography (ICP), taught by an excellent teacher/photographer, Elliott Kaufman, our class of five revisited the site of Bruce Davidson’s iconic book “East 100th Street” (photographed during the late 1960’s) and also … Continue reading

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Moon over 6th Avenue

Moon over 6th Avenue is a composite image created by layering a 3 exposure handheld HDR image taken late in the afternoon in February with an early evening sky captured in August in Stockbridge, MA. The image is part of … Continue reading

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Just Starting

I am finally taking the plunge after months of procrastination. It’s the afternoon of July 7, 2013 in Stockbridge. Anne and I were planning a relaxing few hours on the lawn at Tanglewood listening to the Boston Pops. But thundershowers … Continue reading

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