One of many pieces of Jonathan Worth wisdom to me was his differentiation, as a photographer, of the photographic print versus the digital image. Both we see as pictures, representations of the world. The business of photography, assigning a value to a photo, the laws of copyright, our idea of ownership ...

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Inside the Photo I owe this photo to a tweet that got me outside last night with my camera So you should enjoy this delicious cocktail and/or meteorological event while you can https://t.co/2gLznnjvmi — Dan Cohen (@dancohen) June 19, 2016 I learned in the process that a June full moon is known as a ...

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Adam Croom is on a tour de force blogging like it was 2006 blowout, and just the opening paragraphs of his latest post Toward a Polaroid Pedagogy triggered those reverberations that signals to me... this means more than a comment. Adam shares an analogy from a book he is reading on ...

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Inside the Photo Wow, another in explore achievement for a photo I might have not picked myself. I thought this was happening when my phone starting pinging with a bunch of flickr likes from names I do not recognize. It makes me giddy, so I had to write the post now. Flickr ...

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It's impossible to summarize. And likely will not fully happen. Today is the last day of two weeks of the most intensive and the most rewarding work with faculty and technology, in a city I continually use my stunted Spanish to say "Me encanta Guadalajara." So intense the blog posts have ...

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Inside the Photo The day I took this photo I spent most of it working on a project, and by late afternoon I realized I had not taken any photos yet. To maintain a daily photo habit, you have to sometimes find opportunity quickly. This is one of the manzanita shrubs (common ...

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