Monthly Archives: December 2012

New Year’s resolution: Start using my 8 x 10 film camera again. Shoots amazing images and I look great wearing the blackout focusing cloth over my head.

Sorry if Santa arrived late to your house yesterday, however, he had a huge mishap on my ice covered roof! Good thing my homeowners insurance covers breaking and entering.

Next year people, lets all decide to hold off on leaving out cookies and milk and give the “jolly old fat guy” a piece of fruit and a smoothie.

Assume the camera phone position.

Nothing like the taste of a good cookie.

Just something to make us ALL laugh!

Hello print and slide film! I think I still have some photo-fixer and stop-bath in my basement. Plus, I know I have some Kodachrome film in my fridge and 8×10 Ektachrome in my studio.

Whooo!!! The “good old photo days” are back. LOL

Wish me luck! I am actually heading in on a Sunday to Christmas shop!

If don’t make it out alive, please tell my family and friends I loved them all very much.

Kevin Kuster signing out and heading into the chaos…

Somethings need to be experienced in life in order to understand their joy.

After the tragic events in Sandy Hook Connecticut, I see this image I took a year ago in a completely different context.

Today, I am thankful and completely aware of all of my blessings.

My heart goes out to all that were effected by this terrible and tragic event. You will remain in my prayers and thoughts.

Ever wonder if the person in the reflection is real, and you are in imposture?

Tree Zoo.

The mission of photography is to explain man to man and each to himself. And that is the most complicated thing on earth.

Edward Steichen

The sound of the squeak as she swivels in her chair is silenced forever.

The single small desk where countless hours of contemplation were consumed will no longer hear the hum of her pencil dance across the paper.

A place where time was infinite, suddenly stands stuck and wrapped in a cloak of deafening silence.

Even the rain can not wipe the trail of tears reflected from the windowpane.

—Kuster

Fly the Friendlier Skies.(future AD campaign to change flight travel.)

Jay Z, jaywalking towards the light.