Czech it Out

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Sorry about the pun, but I couldn’t help myself.  I just got these tear sheets back from a Irena Tesarčíková, my new favorite editor at Reflex …

King Content

Portrait of Dennis Maher at his Tewksbury home November 10, 2011.

In the Story Building classes I teach at Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts my students are required to come up with a story …

New Mom, New Cancer

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There are a lot of things in this life that I can’t imagine.  I have a hard time grasping what it is like to have …

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11,314 – That’s how many photos I took in the month of August.  Most people who don’t shoot for a living are amazed by the fact …

Still Standing

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I read the following quote from Magnum’s Christopher Anderson today and I had to repost it because it is so spot on: “Forget about the …

Controlling the Sun

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As a photographer, you learn to see light in a way that most people never notice. When I’m shooting, it is always the first or …

Newport Jazz Festival

Newport Jazz Festival 2011

The 2011 Newport Jazz Festival turned out to be another fun and hectic shooting experience this year (oh, and also WET!).  I was working the …

Career Paths in Photography Presentation

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I will be participating in a panel discussion on how I got my foot in the door of the editorial market and what I’m doing …

“Recent 20″ added JacobsPhotographic

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20 of my favorite most recent images have been added to my website www.jacobsphotographic.us.  They feature work for a number of my regular clients: The …

Latest Student Greatness

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Here are some standout images from my most recent students at Boston University’s Center for Digital Imaging Arts.  Links to their personal websites can be …

Eilen Jewell

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There are many important things in my life and I feel very fortunate when I have the opportunity to photograph them.  NASCAR (isn’t one of …

Student Greatness

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“A teacher is one who makes himself progressively unnecessary.” ~Thomas Carruthers As I recently finished teaching another batch of photography students at Boston University’s Center …