Category Archives: Photography

Away

Picked up a 1971 Time-Life book, Photojournalism, from the public library used bookstore. Transfixed by a particular photo from 1942, by I. Russell Sorgi. First time seen by me, though it appears to be quite famous. When one searches “I. … Continue reading

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Image

From Bloomberg Business, “The World’s Coolest and Largest Winter Festival“, in relation to the ice sculptures of Harbin, China: Together and alone:

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Source of the image

Wanted to get the doctoral dissertation up, again. Had been up on a University of Ottawa server that was taken down, so every time the dissertation referenced, no longer accessible. So started a related site. Needed an image. Came up … Continue reading

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Fan Ho

Fan Ho. Don’t know much about his work. Only know this image, so far. Moods framed by nature.

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Brian Duffy

Being the photographer who walked away from it in 1979, burning many of his negatives: How so many will put so very much into an art form, and then stop completely. Recall a well-known musician recently pointing to a guitar … Continue reading

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What She Saw

Wrote about Vivian Maier. Photographers often seeing the drama of life, as she did. She also saw the joy. As here: Addendum, December 2, 2014: A larger version: Though are these sticks…

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Maier Lens

Saw a film, Finding Vivian Maier. Art saved by storage house auction. If no attempt to store same, as is the case with many artists… Samples of her work, with compiler moods added: Art lasting, when and if discovered.

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