Comments for Dick Waterman Music Photography http://www.dickwaterman.com Capturing Music Legends Mon, 13 Jul 2015 03:57:44 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.3 Comment on A singer of songs . . . by Mark T. Jordan http://www.dickwaterman.com/2012/a-singer-of-songs/#comment-377 Wed, 14 Nov 2012 13:48:15 +0000 http://www.dickwaterman.com/?p=992#comment-377 Dick, that was exquisite. Thanks for your insight and your eloquence.

Froggy

]]>
Comment on Arlen Spector and Ira Einhorn . . . by Ellis Darby http://www.dickwaterman.com/2012/arlen-spector-and-ira-einhorn/#comment-344 Mon, 15 Oct 2012 13:22:11 +0000 http://www.dickwaterman.com/?p=975#comment-344 Mr. W:

How one could favor your writing over your photography is beyond me.

Both are excellent!

Thanks for this piece of history.

Regards,

Ellis Darby
Tunica

]]>
Comment on Sometimes you just ‘lose it’ . . . by GreggCook http://www.dickwaterman.com/2012/sometimes-you-just-lose-it/#comment-340 Thu, 11 Oct 2012 17:11:20 +0000 http://www.dickwaterman.com/?p=972#comment-340 Thanks!!!!!!

]]>
Comment on I have seen the future and it is out of focus . . . by Greg Tornquist http://www.dickwaterman.com/2012/i-have-seen-the-future-and-it-is-out-of-focus/#comment-317 Tue, 11 Sep 2012 14:27:22 +0000 http://www.dickwaterman.com/?p=960#comment-317 Dick

I’ve purchased from you at your home a couple of times and have given your photos ( couple of Mick’s harp lesson … Bonnie and BB … )
and think I understand. The democratic thing has happened to music as well with everyone with a computer having a studio. Oy!
But the coolest thing about what you wrote is your love for Cinda and how you two love each other.
You two are inspiring to those of us who haven’t been so fortunate in love.
Looking forward to buying more on my next trip to Oxford.
Bless you both!
Greg

]]>
Comment on A man, a woman, a dog, a wheelchair . . . by Anne http://www.dickwaterman.com/2012/a-man-a-woman-a-dog-a-wheelchair/#comment-312 Fri, 24 Aug 2012 03:46:17 +0000 http://www.dickwaterman.com/?p=958#comment-312 Amen, thanks.

]]>
Comment on It is like I have created fire! by Ira Bourstein http://www.dickwaterman.com/2012/it-is-like-i-have-created-fire/#comment-304 Wed, 15 Aug 2012 16:11:46 +0000 http://www.dickwaterman.com/?p=949#comment-304 I also have a zillion negatives. What machine did you use?

]]>
Comment on It is like I have created fire! by Joe Rosen http://www.dickwaterman.com/2012/it-is-like-i-have-created-fire/#comment-303 Wed, 15 Aug 2012 15:01:42 +0000 http://www.dickwaterman.com/?p=949#comment-303 Dick, Brewster is right, dust and scratched can be a big issue to get the scan to the point where you can print/reproduce it. I can help you with some tips taught to me by a pro retoucher. I can be somewhat time consuming, but once it is done, you have it forever. Holler at me anytime you’d like.

]]>
Comment on It is like I have created fire! by Brewster http://www.dickwaterman.com/2012/it-is-like-i-have-created-fire/#comment-302 Wed, 15 Aug 2012 13:48:36 +0000 http://www.dickwaterman.com/?p=949#comment-302 You have some photos that anyone would be proud to have taken. Scanning negatives is easy, but the biggest problem will be getting rid of dust spots. I wish you luck, and thanks for sharing.

]]>
Comment on It is like I have created fire! by Walter http://www.dickwaterman.com/2012/it-is-like-i-have-created-fire/#comment-300 Tue, 14 Aug 2012 20:04:29 +0000 http://www.dickwaterman.com/?p=949#comment-300 Outstanding, Dick! Looking forward to seeing all your long-hidden archives brought to life again.

]]>
Comment on It’s back on . . . maybe . . . I think . . . I hope . . . by Chico http://www.dickwaterman.com/2012/its-back-on-maybe-i-think-i-hope/#comment-248 Thu, 07 Jun 2012 15:22:14 +0000 http://www.dickwaterman.com/?p=882#comment-248 Waitaminit. We used one of those Mick/Buddy harmonica shots in Oxford Town in 1994. Your accompanying column was one of the best things ever printed in that newspaper or about the Stones.
Isn’t their 50th anniversary two days before your birthday, this year?
Charlie didn’t play that first gig, and of course without Charlie, it’s not…

]]>