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Written By: onthedot - Dec• 10•13
- Alison Shaw: Capturing the Island and sharing her vision
Photographer Alison Shaw has been using her camera to reflect her view of the Vineyard for nearly 40 years.
Written By: onthedot - Dec• 09•13
- Jewish photographer Fred Stein comes into sharp focus at Berlin exhibit
After feeling Nazi Germany, Stein shot famous thinkers and documented urban life in New York and Paris. Now he is the subject of a new show in Berlin.
- Talking Business: Kalama High grad opens new photography studio
Jen White became the yearbook staff photographer as a senior at Kalama High School because nobody else wanted to work in a darkroom with smelly chemicals.
Written By: onthedot - Dec• 04•13
- Inside the Tech That Makes These Age-Defining Artworks Possible
What artistic gadgets from our generation will endure in the popular imagination of those who come long after history has drawn its obliterating curtain across Microsoft's forgotten windows? Perhaps there is a prevailing suspicion that the remarkable strides in new technology made over the past two decades have in no way been matched in the contemporary art world — that for every revolutionary …
Written By: onthedot - Nov• 29•13
- Happy Snapping Victorian style
AN arts hub set up in a former greengrocery is hosting a day of Victorian photography.
- Photographer Paul Reas puts the world on his old doorstep
More than 30 years after Paul Reas left his home on Bradford’s Buttershaw estate to study documentary photography at a college in South Wales, he has returned to his native city for his first major retrospective of his pictures.
Written By: onthedot - Nov• 28•13
- Photo: A History From Behind the Lens
Recommended I have a background in fine arts, illustration and graphic design, but photography has never been much more than an enjoyable hobby of mine. In college I took a class or two several years before digital cameras were readily available, which allowed for some fun and experimental times in the darkroom. The process of "point and shoot"—now pretty much the norm with iPhones and the …
Written By: onthedot - Nov• 21•13
- UTC exhibit showcases Chattanooga native's photo of first lady after Kennedy shot
The black-and-white photograph shows a recently widowed first lady, holding the hand of her dead husband's brother as the president's casket is loaded into a hearse.