Dinosaur Bones by A.D. Coleman

The End (and Ends) of Photo Criticism

We are happy to be able to share this recent essay by the American photo critic  A.D. Coleman. This is the complete text of a lecture delivered on November 8, 2011 at Hotshoe Gallery, London, co-sponsored by Hotshoe International, Viewfinder Photography … Continue reading

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In Defense Of the Precious Object

Four Japanese Photographers and What They Don't Have In Common With Cindy Sherman. A Recent Spring Photo-Viewing Trip To New York.

Before I start in talking about subtle, often modest scale Japanese photography and the legacy of photographic prints as intimate, introspective, and highly crafted objects, I think I need to point out that there are of course infinite ways to … Continue reading

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The State of the State of the Arts in Black & White

An opinion by Jon Cone based upon the article of the same name published in the Jan/Feb 2012 issue of View Camera Magazine.

In 2002, Epson introduced their first improvement to black & white printing when they added a light black ink in the then new Epson 2200 desktop printer. It would take Epson nearly five more years before they would deliver two … Continue reading

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How to Network Lightroom

A primer

The debate has been raging since before Lightroom came out of Beta v1: when will we be able to share Lightroom catalogues? At the very least, how can we host a catalogue on a server somewhere and just open it … Continue reading

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Print on Demand

Developing New Curriculum for Photographic Education

Note: This post is adapted from a paper by the same title originally published in The International Journal of the Book, vol.7, no. 1 Regardless of education or career path the question of how to find an audience eventually becomes … Continue reading

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