I see a fair amount of AI created content. I further think on this, AI is getting better and better. I believe that in the next few years we will see a tremendous influx of AI generated imagery that one cannot tell if produced by a camera or not. A content creator in the nearContinue reading “Thoughts On AI”
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ART SQUARE GALLERY
Opens today, Jan. 7, 2023 Click on first link in post. Congratulations! Your Images Were Selected for our Exhibition -“END OF THE YEAR”! Dear Goldstein Keith. Thank you for your photo entry for our exhibition “END OF THE YEAR”. It was a pleasure looking through all of the applications and truly difficult to select onlyContinue reading “ART SQUARE GALLERY”
The Tenderloin Zine
Please help support this blog by purchasing a copy. This is the first of a soon to be published series.
“Just take the image. You have the rest of your life to figure it out.” by Ted Forbes, The Art of Photography
Photography’s Phallic Stage or Why Photographers Should Stop Calling Themselves “Artists”
Unpacking photography’s biggest inferiority complex. by Dina Litovsky Apr 8, 2022 I was scrolling through Twitter when I came upon a question, “To all photographers out there, do you consider yourself an artist or a photographer?” This ought to be good, I thought. And, sure enough, the thread was exactly as I anticipated. Most peopleContinue reading “Photography’s Phallic Stage or Why Photographers Should Stop Calling Themselves “Artists””
William Henry Jackson
William Henry Jackson discusses his experiences roaming the wild west as he performed his job as a photographer and surveyor.
You are invited to our upcoming exhibition at the renowned ClampArt Gallery in New York City. Sixty selected photographs from The Print Swap join the single image winners of the Emerging Photography Awards for a show that spans continents and genres. While the show has no fixed theme, the chosen photographs speak to feelings ofContinue reading “ClampArt Gallery”
The Tenderloin Zine Is Now Available!
The Tenderloin Photo Zine
Reminiscing a bit about my time working at Camera Barn and many of the famous photographers I sold darkroom supplies to. I almost forgot about the afternoon that Harry Callahan walked in. Accompanied by his equally famous wife and muse Elenor, and their daughter Barbara, they were there to purchase a complete darkroom setup andContinue reading “Reminiscing”