Vintage racing is a uniqure motorsports experience. The cars are truly the stars which makes for a great photographic experience. We traveled to Sonoma Raceway on April 11 with an enthusiastic group of customers, and the support of Canon and Victory Lane to capture the excitement.
After a great day at the track the participants were invited to submit their best photos and come back to KSP to share the images. KSP’s own Bill Graham gave a presentation on post production and we shared experiences.
Look for more Vintage Racing events coming this fall.
Limited space is still available for San Francisco Giants Stadium Day. Take advantage of this opportunity to tour the stadium, enjoy a presentation by Sports Photographer Armando Flores, photograph batting practice and enjoy the game. Go Giants!
Join Keeble & Shuchat and Tamron for our annual day in the AT&T Park as we tour behind the scenes of the San Francisco Giants stadium.
The day starts with a train ride from the California Street station in Palo Alto to the end of the line in San Francisco. A short walk to AT&T Park for a behind the scenes tour. On our behind-the-scenes tour we’ll get a players eye view from the dugout, the Visitors’ batting cage, even the field. A group photo will be taken of us in the dugout.
San Francisco Giants Stadium Day Group Photo 2011
The tour also includes visiting the Written Press Box, a luxury suite, and the View and Club level areas of the ballpark. On to the Executive meeting room for lunch and a presentation on sports photography by Tamron’s Armando Flores. We wouldn’t want to miss batting practice so down to the stadium to shoot batting practice. Finally, settle in for a night of Giants winning baseball versus the Padres. At the end of the game we will be chauffeured back to Palo Alto in a Royal Coach Tours luxury bus. A relaxing end to a great day at the ballpark.
Neal Swanson’s Artist Statement: I have had a ‘love affair” with photography for the past 40 years. Initially I worked in large format black and white film photography but with my transition to digital I am enjoying color as well. My interests are eclectic and include natural light photojournalism as well as surf, still life, and landscape photography.
This exhibit represents a sampler of recent work and includes a brief, very personal, photo journal of my granddaughter Maisy (born with several birth defects) during her first 8 months of life, surf scenes including images recorded with a very slow shutter speed, and a series of botanical images.
If you would like to see a larger collection of my work, past and present, you may want to visit my website: NealSwansonPhotography.com
April 10 – May 12, 2015 Keeble & Shuchat Gallery
Mark Wainer’s Artist Statement: This exhibit is a “Sampler” consisting of images from nine of my portfolios. The portfolios are wide ranging including painterly images from the water’s edge, images from the streets of Viet Nam, images from Carnevale in Venice, black and white images of mannequins. These images were taken on three continents. I have been photographing for 50 years. A camera gives me license to explore. Like photographers everywhere, I use my camera to record the world as it appears to me from the perspective I choose. The more I look, the more I see. The more I see, the more I can visualize. My images represent what I saw or what I imagined it could be.
February 7–June 11, 2015 Reception: February 28th 1:30–5:00PM Peking Duck Restaurant
Harmony I 2015 represents the work of four photographers who have studied pre-visualization for two or more years with The Richard Dischler Photo Workshops conducted in Palo Alto at Keeble & Shuchat Photography.
These photographers and members of Dischler’s current and previous six month and one year pre-visualization workshops continue to receive public recognition for their work in juried and non-juried local, regional, national and international art and photography exhibits.
Richard Dischler Studied with Arthur Leipzig and was involved with the Ralph Weiss Workshop from 1976 to 1979. He was a member of J.A.M, the Jamaican Arts Mobilization group that was instrumental in the creation of Public Studio Project 1 that is now part of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, and a member of SoHo Photo. He has been published in Profile Magazine and exhibited at the Nippon Club, J.A.M. Galleries and various public galleries. His work is in public and private collections such as the Queens Museum of Art, the JCC Collection, and locations throughout New York. Dischler has been an instructor and juror of photography since 1976.
The photographers extend a warm thank you to Terry Shuchat of Keeble & Shuchat Photography, Jaff and Linda Szeto of the Peking Duck Restaurant, and their respective professional staff.
The exhibit will be on display from February 7, 2015 through June 11, 2015.