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Jul 17

#1024. The Enigma Project

By John Wilson | Art & Creativity

“Enigma – A person or thing that is mysterious or difficult to understand.” (Oxford) A few years ago I got introduced to the work of Abelardo Morell, a Cuban American photographer and Professor Emeritus of Photography at the Massachusetts College of Art. He’s most famous for his “Camera Obscura” project which turns rooms into a camera […]

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May 11

#1001. The Fulfilling Photography Manifesto

By pascaljappy | How-To

Agility has its manifesto. Zen programming has its manifesto. There are probably more. Technical disciplines often implicitely require much creativity and their most advanced pracitionners seem to create these brief documents to impart an underlying philosophy that elevates the discipline from mere execution and extract the best from it. Digital photography has become very technical […]

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Oct 23

#919. Origami Deconstructed

By Nancee Rostad | Art & Creativity

The following is a true (if somewhat dramatized!) example of my typical creative process. I’ll set the scene: Kyoto, Japan 2017 with a group of photographers, bucketing rain, wind blowing, a beautiful autumn garden, dripping & flowing water everywhere, 2.5 hours allotted to shoot this place, at this time. For me, it was a nightmare […]

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