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Arnold Crane, 1932-2014

Arnold Crane

                                          We are sad to report that photographer Arnold Crane passed away after cardiac surgery on November 22, 2014. From the ‘50s through the ‘90s, Arnold Crane enjoyed unparalleled access to the most famous photographers of our time. He used his camera to capture the giants of 20th century photography—Man Ray, Walker Evans, Ansel Adams, Bill Brandt, Brassai, Edward Steichen

The Collection Online: Metropolitan Museum of Art

From the Met Museum Online Collection: The Terminal
Alfred Stieglitz
(American, Hoboken, New Jersey 1864–1946 New York)

Announced May 16, 2014, 394,718 records  of public domain work in digital format are now available for download for non-commercial use, including use in scholarly publications in any media…Among the images are thousands of photographs that will be of great interest to photographers. The initiative is called Open Access for Scholarly Content (OASC). This is an excellent teaching tool! Here’s the link: Here is the press release

FREE ONLINE LIVE CLASS – Create Powerful Photo Essays & Personal Projects- JUNE 30-JULY 2, 2014

Yelahanka, Karnataka, India, Photograph © David H. Wells

  Our contributing writer David H.Wells is teaching a FREE LIVE three day course June 30-Jul 2. “Create a Captivating Photo Essay” Join David Wells to learn how to create a captivating photo essay from start to finish. This course shatters the myth that photo essays are only for photojournalists; you’ll learn how all photographers can use photo essays to tell the story of any subject, in any style. You’ll learn how to present your unique point of view and