Daniel A. Sheridan
Drummer ~ Darkroom Technician ~ Photographer & Editor

Drummer

The Different Drummer: For the last 30 years, played drums in a band called The Immigrants. A Drummer's Blog.

The Different Drummer

The Immigrants

The Immigrants are an underground band consisting of lead vocalist Bill Sheridan on guitar and his brother Dan on drums.

www.TheImmigrants.com

Darkroom Tech

The Last Darkroom Technician before the age of digital cameras, pixels, and Adobe Photoshop. A Darkroom Blog.

Photo: Dan Sheridan

Photographer & Editor

Photographer & Editor at Low-RANGE Magazine, an off-road publication from 2005 to 2009.

www.Low-RANGE.com

Saving Private Sheridan

My father's experience in WWII with the 90th Infantry Division.

www.SavingPrivateSheridan.com

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Articles by Daniel A. Sheridan

Tim & Ansel

Oct. 26, 2017: I first learned about Timothy H. O'Sullivan while studying the history of photography at New York University in the spring of 1989. Professor Silver clicked back and forth in a slide show comparing O’Sullivan’s photograph, Ancient Ruins in the Cañon de Chelle, N.M., taken in 1873 with Ansel Adams’ view taken in 1942...

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The Ghost & Mrs. Muir

Feb. 20, 1989: History of Photography - Professor Silver:

One example of a photograph that conveys a powerful sense of the past is Timothy H. O'Sullivan's "South Side of Inscription Rock, New Mexico No. 3" (1873) which utilizes the camera's obsession with minute, convincing details. The sheer strength of O'Sullivan's photograph lies...

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Illegal Irish

Winter 1989: Standing outside the Daily News Building with a large box of Tri-X black and white film under his arm, 29-year-old David Handschuh, a Daily News staff photographer recalls a recent but hardly typical incident on the job. One day at a busy midtown Manhattan intersection, Handschuh watched as a man ran after a yellow car...

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New Wave

Fall 1988: On a Sunday afternoon at Gaelic Park in the Bronx, two teams, the Meaths and the Celtics, played a violent version of soccer. Paul Timmion, one of the "New Irish" immigrants living in the New York City Area tries to explain the game of Gaelic Football. "Well, it is and it isn't like soccer," he says as a man from Meath...

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College Dropout

Spring 1988: You would think that a 60-year-old World War II veteran might react as hot-temperedly as Archie Bunker to his son wasting $10,000 in tuition and being lied to for four months. But my father didn't even call me a meathead when he found I had dropped out of NYU. He said to me in a voice as reassuring as Ronald Reagan...

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Columbia Journalism Review

Jan/Feb 1990: Phil Donahue's hair is white, as usual. But a video artist for NBC News moves an electronic paintbrush across an electronic palette, activating commands on a computer-graphics machine known as the Harry - a Star Trek-like thing that is blinking away in a back room. From a selection...

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Combat Jeep

Nov/Dec 2005: Tim Taylor’s 1944 Willys MB looks like it belongs on display in the Smithsonian. The attention to detail is remarkable. But back in 1998, this piece of history was just sitting in a field, rotting away. “It was an abandoned vehicle,” recalled Tim. “A pile of rust.” He then restored it from the frame up...

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Rubicon Trail

Jan/Feb 2007: Crossing the Rubicon — this is the Trail by which other trails are measured by — the crown jewel in Jeeping offering breath-taking views of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. We rolled into base camp at Rubicon Springs and the welcoming committee handed out cold drinks to the parched Jeepers...

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