Rick Horowitz Photography: Camera + Artistry


Formerly known as “So Shoot Me!®,” RickHorowitz.Photography is the website where I showcase my photography. I am, as you can read there, an award-winning photographer. As the About page for So Shoot Me!® notes, I blog at unpredictable times and intervals.  However, I’ve been blogging a lot more frequently there these days. Although by day I am a…
image of Andrea which is the closest image I've ever shot to anything "fashion" related

A Darwinian Theory of Fashion Photography

(Unfortunately, as I haven’t (yet, anyway) done actual fashion photography, but rather normally shoot boudoir and artistic nudes, the Featured Image for this post is the closest I’ve ever shot. I hope you enjoy this “vintage boudoir” image of my favorite model, Andrea. She is, after all, the Most Winningest Model.) I’ve been reading an…
Banner for All Things Rick and Wonderful, the website of Rick Horowitz at rickhorowitz.com


RickHorowitz.com exists as a kind of “umbrella site” to tie together and showcase my various websites, interests and activities.  You may not care much about these things, and that’s fine by me.  I built this site primarily “because I can” and I wanted another website challenge. Here you’ll find information about and links to other…
one of my award-winning photos, called The Calm Before the Storm shows a grape vineyard in winter with a roiling nasty set of storm clouds overhead

Photography, Digital Art & Website Design

In spite of the creativity involved in being a criminal defense attorney, I find that I need an even more creative outlet.  From the pre-digital days of high school, when I processed my own film and cropped, dodged and burned (sometimes literally) my own images in the school darkroom or a makeshift darkroom in the…
mosaic of photography by Rick Horowitz processed in a painterly manner

Photography, Digital Art & Website Design (Full)

One of my innumerable interests is photography and digital art.  More than once in my life, I wished I’d been able to seriously devote myself to a career in photography.  Unfortunately for me, I’m a better photographer than business-person and each attempt at “going pro” has run smack dab up against the problem of figuring…

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