We enjoy Barry's Facebook images and his thoughtful comments.  He had a SPOTLIGHT article in 2016, and it's time to bring us up to date!!

Barry's Update:  "When last we saw our intrepid hero, he was diligently working his 9 to 5 day job as a Physician Biller for Jefferson Hospital whilst going out and making photographs as often as he could and maintaining a home life with the wife and various animals.  Things have shifted for this image maker; he is now happily retired from the workforce and off on an adventure called The Next Phase.  This Next Phase consists of being walked by the dog, Shayna, twice a day, an hour plus each time (more consistent exercise than I’ve ever had), and sharing home life with the wife, Sheila, and, of course, making photographs.  It is the last part of the description that this writing is focused upon.

As the saying goes, everybody’s life reflects their art, and everybody’s art reflects their life.  Of late, I am intrigued with camera swipes, known today as Intentional Camera Movement (ICM).  As I come upon each situation, I am constantly looking to see just what might make for an interesting image, both as an abstract and as a regular composition.  Most importantly, I am also considering the emotion that a scene evokes within myself.  Knowing what I feel viewing a scene leads me to create an image that the viewer might also find evocative.

Along with the Intentional Camera Movement, I am also continuing my journey within the Infrared Universe.  I have found a comfortable home there and I continue to explore and see what new interesting images I can create in this curious land.

Currently I have two shows hanging.  The first, a solo show with 38 pieces, is on display at Ann’s Choice in Warminster in the Liberty Clubhouse.  That exhibit will be on display until mid-July.

The second show is at the Straube Center in Pennington, NJ.  This is a shared show with another photographer, a watercolorist and a painter.  I have 15 pieces in this exhibit. This show will be up until July.

To see more of my work, please visit my website at www.BarryGoodphoto.com

Thank You for taking the time to see what this cameraman has been up to lately …"

Barry Good


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