To the few loyal readers of this blog I'd love to announce that I am moving things around. You can now change your bookmarks and start following my current adventures on my new blog at www.joshuaduplechian.com/blog
Friday, August 21, 2009
Friday, August 07, 2009
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Thursday, August 06, 2009
Finally getting around to digesting all of the images shot from this Summer X Games in LA. Wow. I cannot believe that the grand total of information shot exceeds 80 gigs of images. It's always a whirlwind tour but so much fun and challenging to make pictures that not only tell the story of the games but make them somewhat unique as well. Don't know how unique they are but certainly tells the story in my mind. I shot so much that I want to share so I'm planning on a multiple day posting of images. Here is the start. Thanks for looking.
Posted by Joshua Duplechian at 4:11 PM
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Another year passes as my beautiful wife Molly officially enters her 31st year of life. Most guys might be timid about printing their wife's actual age in fear of retaliation, but Molly is so much cooler than the rest. The number one reason she is so fantastic is because of her tolerance towards my constant picture taking. I may have to get one of those "I love my wife" stickers I've seen around town to put on the back of my Jeep. Yeah, she'll appreciate that I'm sure. My brother Jason got to experience it all first hand as well during his maiden voyage out west to drink in the Rocky Mountain air. I always love watching people watch mountainous scenery for the first time. I strive for that same appreciation no matter how many times it has been seen. Cheers to both of you guys for a fantastic weekend. Keep checking back because I am headed off today for L.A. to document life at the always extreme Summer X Games.
P.S.-no post hardly goes by without some sort of canine image.
Posted by Joshua Duplechian at 12:37 PM
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
To continue what has accidentally become a long-term documentary on cycling culture in Colorado I decided to head down to Colorado Springs last evening to start documenting the Seven Eleven Velodrome. Track Cycling amazes me and keeps me thinking as fast as these cyclists are going. The light was beautiful and I hope to make it back this summer to round off my coverage of this particular facet of cycling. If anyone has any unique cycling ideas for this documentary please feel free to drop me a line and let me know. There could be a free lunch involved if so. As always, thanks for taking the time to look.
Posted by Joshua Duplechian at 7:55 AM
Friday, July 10, 2009
I've been working on a number of projects,weddings, and various other work that is under restriction from publication which is why the blog has gone dormant for nearly a month. This particular project with the American Transplant Foundation was particularly exciting because they gave me the green light to produce and audio show from their first ride with Team Transplant at the annual Elephant Rock Bicycle Race in Castle Rock,Colorado a few weeks back. This is what I'm hoping to explore more of with non-profits and various other clients in the near future to bring a voice to images in order to have more impact upon donors and potential donors. To learn more about the American Transplant Foundation please click here.
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