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“For What We See Is What We Are”

I haven’t thought of Ernst Haas in years. Every so often I come across an image of his and it sparks a wonderful teenage memory. Haas was a photojournalist and  pioneering color photographer. I was lucky to discover him very … Continue reading

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“There is something noble, I think, about doing nothing.”

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“I wanted to present what I saw, pure and simple.”

“The pictures have to talk, not me.” – Robert Frank “Leaving Home, Coming Home: A Portrait of Robert Frank”

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Lou Stettner 1922 -2016

Lou was born in Brooklyn and was a member of the Photo League. A group whose members were documenting the “human condition”. I always think of Lou as a “quiet” photographer. He didn’t scream out for attention, but his imagery … Continue reading

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“…create an object that has a life of its own…”

“And if you can find out something about the laws of your own growth and vision as well as those of photography you may be able to relate the two, create an object that has a life of its own, … Continue reading

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Carl Toth, An Appreciation

(Photo Credit; Copyright Cranbrook Archives, 1990 by Nina Hauser Swanson) I received my M.F.A. in photography from Cranbrook Academy of Art. A small art school located in a suburb outside of Detroit, Michigan. My decision for going there was that … Continue reading

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Some nice things……

  http://www.lightandcomposition.com/top-100-photographers/ http://ledesmaphotography.com/2014/10/29/the-rig-keith-goldstein/

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