Posts tagged "black and white portrait"
Dave's Chronicles (3 of 3)

Dave’s Chronicles (3 of 3)

When I shoot, I work quickly and intuitively shooting at times without looking at the subject, and looking for something I have not seen before. Because I am limited to 30 minutes at most per subject, I tend to shoot quite a bit, rather quickly, stopping to ask, listen, connect, and share.
Friends Count (2 of 3)

Friends Count (2 of 3)

To my knowledge nothing like this had ever been attempted in the corporate world. I met Dave's private client at his office to interview him for an upcoming book of Dave's photographs.
Introduction: A Love Story (1 of 3)

Introduction: A Love Story (1 of 3)

I invited my coach of seven years, Ian Summers to help present this love story to my blogpost readers. This was our take.
My Father

My Father

I’m going to share a brief history of my father and some personal memories. Robert Raymond Moser was born on Aug 9, 1927 and grew up in Philadelphia during the depression.  He enlisted in the Army for WW2. These are events that shaped who he was throughout his life. My father obtained his modest dreams...
Graphis Win!

Graphis Win!

Graphis just informed Dave that he’s won a Gold Award for his photography work, The Merriman Project (Note: this project was later titled – Love Story). Their Photography Annual has been going strong for almost 50 years, and Dave is proud to be part of its legacy. Below are two of Dave’s winning images, which won in...
Dave Moser was in the ChatterCorner with Louisa J. Curtis

Dave Moser was in the ChatterCorner with Louisa J. Curtis

Dave has been working on a commissioned portrait project for the Chairman & CEO of an investment company.