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  1. Drew says:

    “Photography helps us filter the impact of the subject.”
    Jean Baudrillard, ‘Photography, Or The Writing Of Light‘ (trans. Francois Debrix, Ctheory, 2000)

  2. Drew says:

    It was great to see this one the wall at the ACP: the staff did a good job of printing it up.

    The exhibition opening was completely packed. It was interesting to see that the difference between individual shots from the Camera Craft 1, 2 and 3 courses wasn’t great, and that the Camera Raw class shots really stood out as a group for their quality.

  3. What a great mini-review of Bronek’s work! It makes me see the images in a different way too (and I’ve seen them a lot as you can imagine), which all good reviews should do I think. Glad you enjoyed the exhibit.

  4. Drew says:

    This is the first post using the NextGEN gallery, which now also graces the home page.

  5. Drew says:

    There are of course some great online photography magazines: here’s a list of 40 from Smashing:

  6. Drew says:

    Chlorophyll print - front

    The outcome of the experiment, on flickr

  7. […] I also enjoyed Binh Danh‘s chlorophyll prints, where found images pertaining to the Vietnam War are transferred onto living matter. It’s a great implementation of the idea of ‘traces’. I attended a ‘masterclass’ with Binh at ACP; more on that in the previous post. […]

  8. Drew says:

    A nice take on the ‘tourist stare’ from Clay Lipsky via Wired: Atomic Overlook

    “Tourists will line up for anything and I always found humor in vacation destinations that are nothing but a bunch of people looking into a great abyss,” he says. “I understand the allure of a beautiful landscape, but as the world’s population grows so do the lines to view the ‘nothingness.’ Atomic Overlook flips the script on that and gives new purpose to those suntanned masses.”

  9. Drew says:

    And more recently, Pinterest…

  10. Drew says:

    ‘Photography Changes Everything’ on Goodreads –

  11. […] the juggernaut that it is today, and flickr afforded perhaps the best way to share photos online. I’ve discussed this before, and still haven’t found a site to replace flickr’s mix of interesting practitioners. […]