It has been an exciting Winter season for Lodi and Tokay High … and playoff’s are still ahead. We captured much of the enthusiasm and festivities. If you have an athlete in your family, see if we caught him or her in action. You may order prints or download high resolution files directly to your computer … Continue reading
It’s exciting to photograph local sports, have them published in the newspaper and make them available to parents who recognize their unique value. This crop of photo’s, which are available at KeithColganPhotography.com for viewing and purchase (as prints and downloads), include water polo, football, and soccer. Thank you, Keith Colgan .
The Junior Rodeo in Clements last Saturday was my second in life and first with a camera. My mission was to get a photographic record of most events and show as many participants as possible. Not knowing the difference between “pole bending”, “goat tying”, and “chute dogging”, I was at a distinct disadvantage. But with … Continue reading
Photos tell the story as young and old stand amazed at sparklers the size of 40 story office buildings. That was the scene at Lodi Lake on the 4th of July. We captured locals visiting with friends, cooking, sleeping under trees, and reacting to the spectacular light show. If you were there, you may be … Continue reading
Within the last few weeks two theater events at Hutchins Street Square featured the outstanding talent of local producers, dancers, singers and actors. Troupe Cabana Studio, directed by Nicole Howton, presented Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. The Lodi Youth Ballet, under the direction of Judy Pittman, presented Cinderella. If you missed either performance and/or want … Continue reading
This was a good year to attend local high school athletic events. We were able to capture action images of many football, wrestling, basketball, soccer, baseball, and softball home games played at a variety of Lodi venues. In addition, we were happy to contribute dozens of images used in this year’s Lodi Flames Yearbook. If … Continue reading
Mountain View, CA … circa 1959. My younger brother Ken and I left through the back door of our father’s hamburger restaurant on El Camino Real to go hunting. Little more than a mile from where Google Headquarters sits today, we set out on one of our weekly adventures outfitted with a 200 shot Red … Continue reading
Steve Carell investigates the dangers of Silly String in Lodi, CA