Charles Waldrum aka ‘Moondog’ a long-time fixture of Wheeling, WV

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Charles Waldrum aka ‘Moondog’ a long-time fixture of Wheeling, WV – 2014

From The Americans…60 years after Frank artist’s book by Daniel D. Teoli Jr.

Photographed in front of the main Post Office on Chapline Street, Wheeling, WV.

I’m not a big fan of grunge HDR, I prefer less extreme hyper-real aka painterly HDR. I shot Moondog with the sun behind his head and didn’t have a working flash with me. Grunge was the only option to allow his face to have decent detail…so grunge it is!

An article about Moondog…

Raleigh County Blues – November 1, 2014

By Steve Novotney

“Why?”

It’s his favorite question, and he asks it with charmingly sincere curiosity.

That is why, if you see him and proclaim your love for him, he will ask you, “Why?”

At that exact moment, you possibly could develop countless reasons – he’s an icon, a mascot, a protector, the perpetual grand marshal, a survivor, a free spirit, a gentle soul, a bodyguard, a legend, and a tradition.

In fact, the Wheeling Nailers honored him in March 2008 with his own bobblehead night at Wesbanco Arena, and the game sold out.

Some, however, choose to believe his impact on the “Friendly City” is a negative one. These people say they see an unkempt man with an overgrown beard, longer-than-usual finger nails, a menacing flashlight, a beat-up bike, and a rough appearance. They also question others’ fascination with him. One person, several years ago, even took a shot at him in the Warwood section of Wheeling.

“That didn’t scare me. It wasn’t even close,” he said with a smile. “Won’t go back there, though.”

What IS Charles “MoonDog” Waldrum to this city of nearly 30,000 residents? His friends believe he is the last pure, innocent soul in Wheeling, W.Va.

“I have never seen him hesitate to give a kid his leftover change to buy a piece of candy or a bag of chips,” said Jessica Yost, the daughter of the owner of the 16th Street Convenient Store in East Wheeling. “He always lends a hand at my dad’s store and never asks for anything in return.”

Jessica’s husband, Jeff, is also a former employee of the store and is currently battling cancer. “Charles, as he so eloquently says it every time I see him, is like a brother to me. He asks me every time he sees me how I’m feeling through all of my treatments and stuff,” he said. “He’s a great man, and he takes pride in his city and the citizens of it.”

Now, who IS he? That is a completely different story.

Waldrum is not homeless. He was born in Wheeling – one of 11 children – and raised in East Wheeling. The 56-year-old shaves twice a year, but never down to his bare face. He did not graduate from high school and has never held down a regular job. He lives in East Wheeling and has a record as a juvenile fire-setter, but he has not been suspected in a single fire investigation over the last four decades.

He pays his rent with the monthly Social Security check he has received since his father died more than 30 years ago. He has suffered his own health issues, too, yet he donates to charitable causes in which he believes.

And he does not like his nickname.

“They started calling me, ‘Moondog’ a long time ago,” Waldrum said, “because I go out at night a lot.

“I go out at night because it’s cooler. That’s why,” he explained. “But I ain’t no dog. I look for stuff that ain’t right. I try to help because there are some bad people in this world.”

Former Wheeling fire chief Steve Johnston served as a firefighter for more than 30 years before his retirement in 2009, and he knows Waldrum better than most. “He looks homeless, but he’s not,” he explained. “People may think he’s a bad person, but he’s not a bad person. He looks the way he looks because that’s the way he wants to look, and he helps the (fire) department and the police when he sees something.

“His appearance allows people to think that he’s living on the streets or that he’s not mentally well. It’s hard to explain Charles – he’s not a genius who has decided to live this kind of life, but he’s also not helpless either. He does what he does because that’s what he wants to do, and you see what you see because that’s what he wants you to see. His bike tells a lot of his story.”

Although he assists others, there have been local citizens who have committed crimes against him. Most often, they involve that signature bicycle. “Someone stole my bike in July near Dairy Queen,” Waldrum said. “I reported it, but the police never find them when someone steals them.

“I think they throw them in the creek, and that’s stupid. That’s a waste,” he continued. “I don’t like those people, and I don’t like the people who call me names.”

Bum. Loser. Moron. Fool. Freak. Idiot. Scumbag. Weirdo. Retard. He says he’s been called that, “dirty n-word,” too.

“I don’t care what they call me. They don’t know me,” Waldrum said. “When they call me the ‘n-word,’ they’re being racist. Doesn’t matter who says it. They’re a racist.

“They hate … don’t know why,” Waldrum said. “They must hate themselves, too.”

Charles Waldrum roams many more neighborhoods than his native East Wheeling, and he also visits several cities, towns and villages during the course of each year. Last year alone he appeared in Christmas parades in Ohio, Marshall and Belmont counties, and he’s consistently met with smiles, waves and applause.

How does he get to each event?

“Ride my bike,” he explained. “Those places aren’t too far for me – even in the snow. The worst is going up and down that hill (along U.S. 40 near Blaine, Ohio). It’s hard going up it and it’s cold coming down.”

But does he own a clue as to how most folks feel about him in Wheeling? Or that several people have created fake Facebook pages and Twitter accounts using the nickname he loathes? Or that many have purchased his “Meet Me in the Alley” portrait from Wheeling photographer Bennett McKinley?

“There is a difference between the person and the (Moondog) character,” Johnston said. “But I don’t think he cares if people recognize him as any more than the guy on the bike with all the flags.”

So he doesn’t care the masses see him as iconic?

“Don’t even know what that means,” Waldrum admitted. “I’m me. Charles. That’s who I am.

From: http://www.synrgetic.com/moondog/

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Selection from ‘Girls of the Beat Generation’

A forthcoming 6 volume artists’ book series by Daniel D. Teoli Jr.

https://danielteolijr.wordpress.com/2016/04/21/girls-of-the-beat-generation-artists-book/

A complete list of artist’s books by Daniel D. Teoli Jr.

https://danielteolijr.wordpress.com/2016/03/07/artists-books-by-daniel-d-teoli-jr-2/

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The beauty of single image HDR.

Article Dedication

In honor of

William Klein & Ralph Gibson 

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I first learned about single image HDR from Les Krims. Here is the shot that introduced me to single image HDR.

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Waving Woman Towel Head – Photo by Les Krims

Processing photos as single image HDR’s can really bring them to life. Not all photos will benefit for the treatment, but many do. When doing street or doc photography it is not always possible to get multiple exposures in-cam because of movement in the subject. Learning how to do HDR with a single image will take up the slack between a plain Jane shot and a multiple exposure HDR done in the cam.

Some people call this pseudo HDR. That is a misnomer. There is a big difference from just plugging a single image into a HDR software and popping out the result to making real single image HDR with multiple exposures of the image done with software. No, the single image HDR result is not as good as the in-cam multiple exposure HDR. But the properly done single image HDR is better than you get by just lazily plugging the image into HDR software without the proper pre-processing.

Within the HDR processing realm there are many variants as to what you will end up with. For me, most of my single image HDR works revolves around the hyper-real or painterly styles. Once in a awhile I may go to grudge. For landscapes I general prefer invisible HDR.

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I even use single image HDR for some old film shots.

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Photographs used herewith were taken from the following limited edition artists’ books by Daniel D. Teoli Jr.

Peephole: Peering Into the World of 1970’s Hollywood and L.A. – 2013

Portfolio: Peering Into the World of 1970’s Hollywood and L.A. – 2013

Twenty-Six Roadkills – 2013

Encyclopedia of Photographic & Fine Art Ink Jet-
Printing Media – 12 Volume Set – 2014

Bikers’ Mardi Gras – 2015

Gender Benders from the 1970’s – 2015

De Wallen: Amsterdam’s Red Light District – 2015

180 – The Circular Fisheye at Large – 2016

The Americans…60 years after Frank – 2016

Whoop-Whoop – 2017

Secrets of Candid Photography – Forthcoming

De Wallen Graffiti 2014 Daniel D. Teoli Jr.

Hyper-Real HDR…going against the (snobbery) grain.

Photogs are a pretentious bunch. Hatred for HDR, circular fisheyes, selective color, cliché’s, blah, blah, blah. It is a common thread among the camera fondling photo forum crowd…putting down others so they can massage their ego.  I guess it helps boost their self-esteem by making them feel how superior they are to everyone else.

Personally, I always like to take what they hate and make something great of it. Nothing better I like than to put a photo from a well hated genre, the photo snobs despise, into museums and curated collections.

http://photohostsnapshots.tumblr.com/post/123975547363/los-angeles-county-museum-of-art-california

By the time the snobs run all their pet prejudices through their head, the photo op is gone. The prejudiced, camera fondlers seem to put more time in mental masturbation than button pushing.

I first learned about  Hyper-Real / Painterly HDR from Les Krims. He has some beautiful work, some of the best I’ve seen of this genre. I fell in love the cartoonish look of hyper-real HDR.

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Waving Woman Towel Head – Photo by Les Krims

Every pix does not benefit from this treatment, but some are really improved  from it…just depends. Whether it is contrast, color, lack of color, lighting, sharpness, bokeh, grain, motion blur, distortion or other special effects – they are all tools the photog uses to garner attention for their image. A photo is not like a video or movie. The photo must catch our attention and tell the story in one image. Hyper-Real / Painterly HDR is just another one of those tools that can make our pix standout.

Beside ‘the look,’ HDR helps give street and doc photos a more extended dynamic range. When your a street photog you take the lighting you get. Many times it is the worse type of lighting you can use…but you make due and make something great out of it.

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Ernst Hass on the subject…

“There are black and white snobs, as well as colour snobs. Because of their inability to use both well, they act on the defensive and create camps. We should never judge a photographer by what film he uses- only by how he uses it.”

It is the same with all photo processes. I keep an open mind to it all.  Either something works or not.

Photos used herewith are from the following limited edition artists’ books

by

Daniel D. Teoli Jr.

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180: The Circular Fisheye at Large!

The Americans: 60 years after Frank

Twenty-Six Roadkills

Bikers’ Mardi Gras

Whoop-Whoop!

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What are you trying to accomplish when you shoot the homeless?

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Lots of discussion recently online trying to dissuade photographers from shooting the homeless. One person asks “What are you trying to accomplish?”

I’d have to turn the question posed to me around and ask…”What are you trying to accomplish by being a control freak?”

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Infrared flash photograph – Times Square, New York

Anytime someone tells you NOT to shoot something cause they do not like it and it is legal to shoot – that smacks of pretention on their part. As an artist you are under no obligation to explain your art or give reasons for doing anything.

I don’t specialize in homeless pix one way or another. I make no distinction of how much of my portfolio is composed of tramps, homeless and vagabonds. Maybe it is 2-3% or less? If it is on the street or not on the street and I like it and it is legal to shoot…I shoot it.

I do have a couple books on the homeless: On the Street and On the street: The Mix. But they are only 2 out of 250 books I’ve done or am working on.

https://danielteolijr.wordpress.com/2016/03/07/artists-books-by-daniel-d-teoli-jr-2/

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In the Shadow of City Hall  Los Angeles

There is a long history in art, from the Renaissance and beyond of painters and draftsman documenting the human condition.

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As a social documentary photographer what I’m trying to achieve?

I am looking to document life and hopefully to produce an iconic photo, just as I do with all my subjects.

Cartier-Bresson summed it up…

“I prowled the streets all day, feeling very sprung-up and ready to pounce, determined to ‘trap’ life – to preserve life in the act of living.”

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Now, as a documentary photographer shooting for my own archives…why on earth would I want to listen to anyone tell me what to shoot?

Did the critics hire and pay me to shoot for them? Is it their pix or mine?

Furthermore, my photos are in over 130 museums and curated collections around the world…where are the critics pix located…Flickr??

A street /documentary photographers job is to document.  If your a documentary photographer, just do your job best you can and let the critics flap their jaws or in the case of the internet, work their fingers to the bone trying to tear you down with their keyboards.

The black lady in the beginning of this post died a short time after I shot her. (Candid) No better honor I can give than to put her in a few museums’ collections. Many of you photographers quit before you even start. By the time you run all your ‘rules’ for taking pix through your head the opportunity is gone…just press the button and sort it out later.

This is a big reason so many of you produce nothing memorable when it comes to street work….you overthink your shots.

One of the finest social documentaries ever produced about the homeless was:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/On_the_Bowery

It is part scripted / part documentary and is a docudrama. I am very grateful Rogosin marched to the beat of a different drummer.

Now someone mentioned ‘ethics’ in the mix over at Rangefinder Forum. Like it is OK if you have good ethical reasons to shoot homeless and it is not OK to shoot if you don’t have good ethics. Ethics, exploitation or any other excuse you can come up with does not matter in the least when it comes to documentary photography.

The photograph does not require a pure heart for the button to be pushed. All it requires is for the button to be pushed to freeze time and be a witness to history.

These were taken by NAZI’s. How important are they as a witness to history? The camera did not require an investigation into ethics or motive of the photographer for them to be priceless.

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The last Jew in Vinnitsa

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German soldier shooting a woman with a child in her arms, Ivanograd, 1942

In summation…If it is legal, shoot what you like. Forget the critics that will try to tear you down…march to your OWN beat or you will have to work for the critics and shoot what the critics browbeat you to shoot.

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Selection from Take it Like a Man artist’s book  by Daniel D. Teoli Jr.

Homosexual erotica from the Daniel D. Teoli Jr. Archival Collection.

A complete listing of artist’s books by Daniel D. Teoli Jr.

https://danielteolijr.wordpress.com/2016/03/07/artists-books-by-daniel-d-teoli-jr-2/

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De Wallen: Amsterdam’s Red Light District – Expanded Preview

Preview of De Wallen: Amsterdam’s Red Light District

A limited edition hand-printed artist’s book by social documentary photographer  Daniel D. Teoli Jr.

De Wallen: Amsterdam’s Red Light District  is 8 1/2 inch square format, spiral bound and hand-printed with Epson inkjet printers using archival pigment ink sets on acid free DUO paper. The book contains 94 photographs in color and black and white. Archival plastic interleaf separates the photographs and is incorporated in the spiral binding.

The books have artisan made marbled end sheets and hand rounded corners. Pebbled plastic covers finish the book. A DVD with image files of all photographs contained in De Wallen: Amsterdam’s Red Light District  accompany each book. The images are licensed for educational an editorial use only.

Edition size is 50 books and 2 artist’s  proof books.

ISBN-13:978-0-9912919-7-7

All specifications are pro forma.

For more details see :

http://dewallenrld.tumblr.com/

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Selection from Bikers’ Mardi Gras limited edition artists’ book by Daniel D. Teoli Jr.

Bikers’ Mardi Gras is letter size, spiral bound and hand printed with Epson inkjet printers using archival pigment ink sets on acid free DUO paper. The book contains 130 photographs in color and black and white. Archival plastic interleaf separates the photographs and is incorporated in the spiral binding.

The books have artisan made marbled end sheets and hand rounded corners. Pebbled plastic covers finish the book. A CD with image files of all photographs contained in Bikers’ Mardi Gras accompany each book.

Edition size is 50 books and 2 proof books.

Price of book is $3500.00 USD

Delivery is Fall of 2015.

ISBN-13: 978-0-9912919-5-3

De Wallen Graffiti copyright 2014 Daniel D. Teoli Jr.