My buddy Mark (K-Man) Krajnak was rocking at Joe McNally’s latest workshop in Dobbs Ferry, New York. Don’t take my work for it. Take a LOOK!
I am so stinking jealous I’m turning green before St. Patrick’s Day.
I said this once before but now I’m really convinced that Moose Peterson has been spending way too much time with Joe McNally on those DLWS outings. All kidding aside, if you’re not a member of NAPP and haven’t signed up for any of the online courses at Kelby Training you really don’t know what your missing.
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Tell them Jeff sent you. They won’t have a clue what you’re talking about but its worth a laugh or two. Speaking of laughs, did you notice the shovel and large garbage can in the left of the photo? I’ve never seen those two accessories on Adorama’s web site.
Ever wondered what would happen if two famous (but very different) photographers ever got their wires crossed? You know what I mean, like in the Disney movie “Freaky Friday” where Lindsay Lohan’s mind ends up in Jaime Lee Curtis’ body?
I got an email from Mark Krajnak yesterday after he saw a comment I made on Joe McNally’s blog. Mark is the guy in suit & hat in the first image on Joe’s The Hot Shoes Diary post. Joe mentions Jimmy Stewart’s 1955 classic Rear Window and all I can think about is Grace Kelly (be still my beating heart!) and how most of Joe’s fans are under 40 and have probably never seen the film. My kids still moan and groan when I start watching the old favorites like Rear Window,
Well, Mark shoots me an email and a link to his Jersey Noir gallery. Wow! What a great set of images and what a great idea for a theme. Stop on over to Mark’s Flicker gallery and see for yourself. Talk about stepping back in time!
If you’re wondering why I still swoon over Grace Kelly take a look of this still from the movie. As they used to say, “Oh Man, what a doll”.