For a person that makes a living taking pictures, sometimes, vacation means putting the cameras down and giving the eyes a rest but hey, I’m a sucker for a beautiful sunset as much as the next guy, as seen here in Frankfort, Michigan last week.
Scenes that caught the eye of Detroit News photographers
Let me see I think I left it over here, it’s red, ahhh, 4 door, ahhhh…. Car dealer Ryan Roscia of Dick Huvaere Richmond dealership wanders through the hundreds of bright red 2013 Dodge Darts during the 2013 Dodge Dart Driveaway where more than 300 Dodge Dealers will be able to pick up … Continue Reading →
The best and worst part of my job is getting to meet new people everyday. I’ve met people that seemed to take the oxygen out of a room: suffocating, stifling, deadly. Other days, I’ve met people that seemed to elevate anyone in that room, with their spirit, power, love. While covering the Motor City Comic Con Friday, I photographed … Continue Reading →
It took only :07 seconds but it had to be the longest 7 seconds of Fred Turvervilles life. During the mixed martial arts event, MAYDAY, at the Palace of Auburn Hills Saturday night, Ruben Bariac and Turverville came together in the center of the ring at the beginning of the first round. Immediately, Bariac got Turverville with … Continue Reading →
I don’t even want to think how many press conferences I have gone to in my 21-year photographic career and while the news they are announcing is often important, the image of ‘person behind podium’ is often less than inspiring. I have also learned that, the former being true, you just never know when a ‘real moment’ … Continue Reading →
I’m a big proponent of natural selection so I don’t have a problem with overturning the helmet law. As a matter of fact, I believe it is our responsibility as citizens to retain the rights of others to be stupid, it’s the American way. That being said, I also believe that those that choose not to wear … Continue Reading →
While cruising around the streets of Detroit yesterday looking for weather features, I came across this strange scene on Detroit’s west side. Art work? I don’t know but it definately catches the eye.
Despite a hard fought battle Specer Miller, 9, who boarded a bus with sword in hand for the day log journey to Oaklahoma, saw his Titans fall to Kansas 65-50 in their first appearence in the “Big Dance” sice 1999. Hey, it was Kansas, they were suppose to lose but at least they can find solace … Continue Reading →
I like to keep the subject matter on the photo blog pretty light, but I couldn’t stop running this story through my head, why things just didn’t add up, didn’t make sense and then I realized the truth, the real story, doesn’t matter. I don’t know what happened at the BP gas station where Micheal Haynes … Continue Reading →
Bullrider Dusty Labeth gets sent flying while riding Slim Fast during a bull riding demonstration after the introduction of the new Ford 2013 F-Series Super Duty trucks at Ford Field Friday. The PBR, Profesional Bull Riding, event, Last Cowboy Standing, will be held over the weekend at Ford Field and Ford is a major sponsor … Continue Reading →