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Photography as a medium has a confused and incomplete history. We have the opinions of certain historians, critics, with their precepts promoted through books, exhibitions, reviews. As a medium, unlike film or video, it has intrinsic qualities that are not fully exploited. I think that my quarrel is not with the medium itself, but with [...]
El año 2008 Polaroid suspendió la producción de todas sus películas instantáneas. “Time Zero” es un documental, a estrenarse este 2012, dirigido por el fotógrafo Grant Hamilton acerca del último año de vida de la película Polaroid y de su resurgimiento actual gracias a la gente de The Impossible Project.
The danger with the infinite accessibility of the web is that we can find ourselves only looking at photographs that are immediately seductive or simply popular in the networks around us. Work that might be deemed quiet, challenging or even just off-putting can get totally bypassed. Moreover, if our interaction with photography is limited to [...]
I often wonder about the true benefits of exposure on the internet. I remember talking to a friend who had a project that was picked up all over the place, including mainstream websites. I asked them if they received any calls or jobs because of the exposure. They said no. Then again, they didn’t exactly [...]
Yesterday, Michael Schmidt, a renowned German photographer (who, amongst other things, was instrumental in bringing a lot of US photographers to Germany), spoke to a group of students I am on the road with (as part of the Hartford Photo MFA program). Amongst the many things that he said he noted that today most photographers [...]