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lynn-steen's picture
Nov.29.2011
We were encouraged to share a particular photo with Redroom for this month. The one I've chosen is not only good photography, but represents my view of winter, and of life. I do all of my own professional photography, both for personal enjoyment and for the covers of my books. My father, Major...
luke-james's picture
Jun.27.2011
At BBC Pebble Mill TV Studios, playing live on a Fashion show hosted by Toyah Wilcox (1979) “Will you look at her!” a model slinks past me and Mulligan. We’re both grinning like ferrets. I’m really missing Symiane. I’m definitely missing some parts of her more than others. “Makes you wish you had...
louise-young's picture
Apr.15.2011
The mid afternoon heat has settled onto the indigenous Wounaan community of Puerta Lara. Dogs, chickens -- even flies -- doze in the shade: mouths open, tongues lolling, eyes glazed. I sweat where I sit. I've just come out of the shower and my hair is dripping cold water onto the shoulders of my t-...
jennifer-lyn-king's picture
Oct.12.2010
Photography, Light, and Dark  A small drop of ink falling like dew upon a thought produces that which makes thousands perhaps millions think.  --Lord Byron (English poet, early 1800's) Prague's spires, the view from Strahov In 2003, I received my first SLR camera from my husband as a...
sean-arbabi's picture
Jul.13.2009
Too busy to write much this week, but do check out Fuji's potential 3D camera to launch this September - story on Engadget.com (a great tech blog I love to read): http://www.engadget.com/2009/07/12/fuljfilms-finepix-real-3d-camera-to-launch-in-september-cost-a/ Full article in Time's online...
sean-arbabi's picture
Apr.26.2009
Okay, I have to address this - can't keep quiet anymore- need to blow a stack- okay, maybe just vent a tiny little bit on a completely useless photo topic that's filling my mental database.    As a pro photographer knee-deep in gear, I must say it is impossible to keep up with camera names...
hal-niedzviecki's picture
Apr.13.2009
I’ve got an essay in the Spring issue of Canadian Art, on stands now. They don’t make their content available online, so if you want to check it out, you have to pick up a copy. Do it! It’s a great mag. The piece explores the work of two Canadian artists in the context of surveillance and art. I...
phil-bronstein's picture
Jun.27.2008
If the Keystone Kops had lived in the electronic era, their slapstick silliness would have included San Francisco's security surveillance cameras. Yesterday, a Board of Supervisors' committee voted to cut funding for the cameras. If the full Board approves the cut, our reporter Wyatt Buchanan...