Monthly Archives: February 2014

M-F Theatre, June 22, 2012

Carl Weese—June 22, 2012, I was five weeks into a cross country road trip photographing drive-in movie theaters. I’d been driving all day across Washington State, heading for the M-F Theater in Milton-Freewater, Oregon. There was a wonderful stormy sky when I arrived. I spent about an hour deciding on framings and making several 7×17-inch negatives with my eighty-five year old Korona Panoramic view camera, as well as more documentation of the facilities using digital capture. With everything packed up I headed out of the lot,

Essays from F295

I just received a copy of Photography Beyond Technique Edited by Tom Persinger and just published by Focal Press. This is an amazing book. I started reading it and didn’t want to stop. Tom has assembled some of the greatest 21st century photographers, and presents twenty beautiful essays on everything—the combination of imaging, work, motivation, process and inspiration. You must read this inspiring book. -Wendy Here is the link: Focal Press  

Illinois Holocaust Museum, RUTH GRUBER: PHOTOJOURNALIST Through June 1, 2014.

Ruth Gruber: Photojournalist celebrates the remarkable life, vision, and heroic tenacity of a 20th century pioneer and trailblazing photojournalist. Now 102 years old, Gruber’s work spans more than five decades, from her groundbreaking work in the Soviet Arctic in the 1930s and her iconic images of Jewish refugees on the ship Exodus 1947, to her later work in the 1980s documenting Ethiopian Jews in the midst of a civil war. A selection of vintage prints and early film footage, never

Worldwide Pinhole Day is April 27, 2014

Get out your pinhole camera and make a photograph on April 27, 2014 to celebrate the Fourteenth Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day. Many events are planned WORLDWIDE and thousands of pinhole fans will make images that day using lens-less cameras.Check out the online gallery to see the fantastic pinhole photographs from the 2013 event. For more information on how to participate, visit   Places that participate with events in the US include the following: Various Members of AAPG Make a

Sneak Peek into Issue # 1

                        Here’s a sneak peek at the first issue of The Handmade Photograph: Abigail Gumbiner Melded Arts, Sculpture and Photography Cort Anderson Questions to ask before researching an inkjet printer for your home studio Peter Tellone Calibrating print size in Photoshop for a better view Robert Hirsch Transformational Imagemaking: Handmade Photography Since 1960 David H. Wells Practice, Practice, Practice Jeffery Jay Luhn Soldiers shot my Brother! How to produce

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