Tag: Blogs

Light Reclaimed

Light Reclaimed by Charles Schwartz

Perfection is over-rated.  And Charles Schwartz’ Light Reclaimed work is proof.  Charles has collected imperfect old ambrotypes and tintypes that show the patina of time and he has scanned and enlarged them to make his Light Reclaimed series. He writes: “over time I found myself drawn to boxes containing the undesirable – broken, scratched, partially …

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One more thing that doesn’t work

When I moved to West Orange, New Jersey I became a neighbor of Thomas Edison. Here are a few Gigapans I made of his home and grave: His body rests in the back yard of his mansion, now a National Park, just a few blocks from my home and studio.  His laboratory is also part …

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Indie Photobook Library adds 4 of my books

The Indie Photobook Library added four of my books to its collection. The additions include MANUAL, ODDYSSEY, MOMENTO, and VISIONS IN THE DARK. The Indie Photobook Library (iPL) was founded in 2010 by Larissa Leclair. It is an archive that strives to preserve and showcase self-published photobooks, photobooks independently published and distributed, photography exhibition catalogs, …

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Lens Culture features The Manual Project

Portrait of Eugene Brennan

Lens Culture is featuring The Manual Project Lens Culture is an online magazine celebrating international contemporary photography, art, media, and world cultures. Discover photography from all continents and various points of view: documentary, fine art, photojournalism, poetic, personal, abstract, human, and street photography. Read essays, analysis and criticism about photography and culture. Listen to audio/video …

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click! photography changes everything

click! photography changes everything is a collection of essays and stories by invited contributors and visitors like you discussing how photography shapes our culture and our lives. Explore how photography changes Who We Are, What We Do, What We See, Where We Go, What We Want and What We Remember. Curated by Marvin Heiferman, this …

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