Monthly Archives: July 2010

Vision vs. equipment

How much effect does your equipment have on your photography? Someone once told me that vision dictates photography, but I would be one to argue that equipment dictates a sizable chunk of the way one photographs. Take for instance 8×10 … Continue reading

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Adam Clark Vroman

I have spent the last week looking at the work of Adam Clark Vroman. I have long been interested in how the work of late nineteenth and early twenty century landscape photographers have dictated my own, if not others views … Continue reading

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in name only

Has anyone else noticed the disturbing trend in the fiction book world lately? You know, the one where the author’s name is now huge and the title of the book is small. I realize the book industry is in a … Continue reading

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just a thought

I make some art that has to do with our conceived view of nature or wilderness and quite often I come across some ironic things out there. I am not sure if others see the same irony as I do … Continue reading

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digital democracy

A mentor of mine told me a few years back that the digital revolution had made photography more democratic. It put cameras into the hands of the masses and gave them easy access to the photos and the publication or … Continue reading

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