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Sep 13

#1229. The futility of re-creation

By pascaljappy | Opinion

A beloved lost photograph and the opportunity to shoot it again, along with my attempts to emulate film in digital.   Above is one of my favourite personal photographs. Ironic, really, as landscape photography usually does very little for me. That photo – the source file – was lost to one of my many backup […]

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Jul 05

#746. The older I get, the less I know

By Chris Stump | Opinion

<Pascal>This is a quick guest post by Chris Stump, the second of many more, I hope, given the strength and brilliance of his associated photographs. Chris, thanks a lot. Take it away!</Pascal>     The photo of artist Alberto Giacometti above was apparently taken by Henri Cartier-Bresson. I say ‘apparently’ not because I doubt the […]

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May 03

#718. Interview; Kirk Tuck

By Paul Perton | Interview , Uncategorized

  Kirk Tuck. American. Working photograher. Videographer. Lighting trainer. Fiction writer. Photo blogger, GAS sufferer extraordinaire and gear wonk.   Kirk hopes being interviewed on DearSusan will make him famous. It most likely won’t, but his views make interesting reading, as do his almost daily blog post(s).     Kirk, you’re becoming something of a […]

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