February 16, 2014
New sets up on Flickr…

I’ve thrown a few new sets up on Flickr. The latest being a street set. Walking the streets of a city is the best way to feel it. Not staged, no lighting, no models. Just what is there and what isn’t. Anyone can read an article on the web, buy some…

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January 25, 2014
Website update, finally!

i took some time today to update the content and direction of the site. please take a look and if you find something you like let me know. i’m also taking contracts for events, bands, and weddings. my wedding style is a little unorthodox and is a very…

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June 24, 2013
now doing event photos, i guess.

rates for onsite event photography are $150 p/hr, for all “for profit” events; $75 p/hr for “non-profit” events. plus travel and expenses if outside the greater san antonio, tx area.

i retain full artistic control. period.

e: rangelography@gmail.com

c:…

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February 12, 2013
Latest print available for order.As usual, format and prices are the standard: $120 for a 20×30″ archival Epson Lustre print…View Post

Latest print available for order.

As usual, format and prices are the standard: $120 for a 20×30″ archival Epson Lustre print…

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January 28, 2013
New Featured Print for sale:
This was the winner from a walk-around shoot I did a couple weeks ago. The light was perfect.…View Post

New Featured Print for sale:

This was the winner from a walk-around shoot I did a couple weeks ago. The light was perfect.…

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November 22, 2012
Dye-sub prints and Triptych installedI got my Magna Chrome prints in the mail and delivered them to the eagerly awaiting clients…View Postshared via WordPress.com

Dye-sub prints and Triptych installed

I got my Magna Chrome prints in the mail and delivered them to the eagerly awaiting clients…

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November 16, 2012
Digging stuff out to sell to today…Selling this guy today. Taken at Chalk It Up in 2010, I think. It’s got as much texture as a cat’s…View Postshared via WordPress.com

Digging stuff out to sell to today…

Selling this guy today. Taken at Chalk It Up in 2010, I think. It’s got as much texture as a cat’s…

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November 9, 2012

 
I’ve been working on this three-piece set for a couple that live in the neighborhood who wanted…View Postshared via WordPress.com

 

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September 27, 2012
theathletic:

Tenspeed Hero! 
Philippe Gilbert is a World Champion. 
Love this image. 

theathletic:

Tenspeed Hero! 

Philippe Gilbert is a World Champion. 

Love this image. 

(via valentineshane)

September 25, 2012
SOLD.
I really liked this one. Very glad it went to someone who will hang it up and enjoy it.
- DR

SOLD.

I really liked this one. Very glad it went to someone who will hang it up and enjoy it.

- DR

September 21, 2012
If I didn’t have a family I would seriously look into this and just ride from adventure to adventure. 
Why not? 
- DR
(photo lifted from the Living Off the Grid Facebook)

If I didn’t have a family I would seriously look into this and just ride from adventure to adventure. 

Why not? 

- DR

(photo lifted from the Living Off the Grid Facebook)

September 21, 2012
Q&A with David Rangel: Photographer, Tattoo Artist, Cyclist, Restaurant Manager

So this is up right now.

- DR

September 20, 2012

I’ve really been trying to finish this exercise in taking pictures under streetlamps. They cast his awesome eerie glow and all of them are a little different. Besides The different gasses used, they all cast a different degree of light, depending on how high up they are, how old they are, or how dirty they are. It’s very taxing waiting the 25-45 seconds it takes for each exposure. I think it’s well worth it. 

All these are straight out of camera, as usual, with no crops or post-photo manipulation. 

As always, everything is for sale. Right now it’s $120 for a larger print (20”x30”) or $100 for a smaller one (up to 12”x18”). Unframed, signed, bordered, and pro inkjet printed on archival photo paper. 

- DR

September 19, 2012
Flickr Updated.

I don’t have an actual website; the benefit doesn’t outweigh the cost right now. So until then I will make do with Facebook, here, and Flicker for now. 

I’ve updated my Flickr and hopefully the “sets” will make more sense now. 

As always, everything is for sale. Right now it’s $120 for a larger print (20”x30”) or $100 for a smaller one (up to 12”x18”). Unframed, signed, bordered, and pro inkjet printed on archival photo paper. 

Click HERE to go directly to the sets page

- DR

September 17, 2012
Fauxtoseptiembre Epilogue

So my first photo show is in the bag. The rewards are selling a few prints, getting to hang out with a bunch of my friends and new people, and getting to say I put it out there. I have been stressing about this show for a few weeks now; anyone who knows me knows that. But now that it’s over there isn’t a feeling of relief. The stress is replaced with a desire to perform more. To shoot more. To show more. To offer people a window into my world; to borrow how I see things for a second or two. I enjoyed that people enjoyed it. Not the base emotion of largess, but something different. Something much better. It was pure satisfaction. It was telling myself I did a good job. I love taking pictures; I invest time and money in it. I never expect it to return. This is not my business and I don’t expect it will ever be. But watching people look, I mean really look, into my brain was a pleasant feeling. Having other photographers take the time to stop by and take a glance was a pleasant feeling. And, ultimately, someone buying a slice of that to take home is the greatest compliment I think an artist can receive. 

It was a good day.

- DR

[So many thanks to Hello Studio (Amada Miller) for letting me show my nonsense and Nick Hendrix for sharing the walls that night. It was a life highlight, for sure.]