In chatting with my most-lovely better half, we came upon a number of topics on which neither of us felt adequately informed, most of them relating to our federal legislators and their various forms of compensation. I endeavored then, to … Continue reading
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Troy Freund is a commercial/editorial photographer based in Milwaukee, WI. I’m pretty dang passionate about photography and the tradition of “real”photography.
A bunch of photos from my time with the Jolly Giants/Wacky Wheeler at Sunday’s Waukesha Holiday Parade. This was a technically challenging shoot, as the parade was at dusk/early evening, but yet I had to light up my subject–a fast-moving … Continue reading
At today’s MKElikemind event, Sue Spaight, of Meyer & Wallis, spoke on digital strategy for businesses. As ever, the event was hosted by the fine folks of Bucketworks, with coffee from Stone Creek Coffee and BACON-BROWNIES! from Sue’s husband. As … Continue reading
Here’s some of what inspired that last post (Pride of Milwaukee: MILWAUKEE part 1)… -this past Saturday, Rachel and I went to the Central Library for a free “Learn Your House History” workshop. Milwaukee’s swell librarians showed us the various … Continue reading
I usually use my “Pride of Milwaukee” posts to single out some person who I think needs a little more attention–people like Tim Cigelske, the Miltown Kid, Frank Ford, Nicole Reid, and Katie Donoghue. Opening the focus a bit, sometimes these posts … Continue reading
Some snapshots here, from a rally today at the Talgo factory, near 30th and Townsend, in Milwaukee. Governor-elect Walker has been less than supportive of the federally-funded development of a section of high-speed rail between Madison and Milwaukee, WI. Though … Continue reading
I just felt the need to provide this link for any readers who stop by and see this post. This web-gallery is full of images from a story that Tim Cigelske and I worked on together, that never saw print. … Continue reading
UPDATED 11-02-10, 6:19 a.m. Rachel and I got out to Tom Barrett’s last rally, last night at 10:00p. If I wasn’t completely sure of Tom before, I sure am now. We heard his speech, full of optimism and hope for … Continue reading
Today’s LikeMind talk was put on by James Carlson, the founder of Milwaukee’s Bucketworks. James was talking about the future of education and current innovations in how we educate students… in the past decade or so, there has been a … Continue reading
Had a nice time on Wednesday, shooting, processing, and printing some 4×5 film! I photographed a dried bean vine in our backyard. I shot it with my 4×5 camera, on Ilford FP4 ISO 125 film, with a Rodenstock 240mm/f9 lens. … Continue reading