Photography

The art of taking and processing photographs.

Perspectives on Place by JAP Alexander – Landscape Photography but Not as We Know It

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Sroyon reviews Perspectives on Place, a book on landscape photography by JAP Alexander. Click through, read more.

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A Day at the Office – Photographing an Avalanche Rescue Dog in Action

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Joe Freemond spends the day with avalanche rescue as they trained their newest rescue dog, Fred. And the photos aren’t to be missed.

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On the Relationship Between Music and Photography

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A few of the CP writers (who also happen to be musicians) share their thoughts on the relationship between the two art forms.

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A Chat with Film Photographer and YouTuber Jess Hobbs

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I have been following Jess’s work for almost as long as I’ve been into photography. I discovered her YouTube channel when I was first learning film, and I have been obsessed ever since. Jess has…

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Five Masters of Light from Japan’s Shōwa Era

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The Japanese Shōwa period, coinciding with the reign of Emperor Hirohito from 1926 to 1989, is noted as one of Japan’s most tumultuous and transformative eras. Over these many decades Japan went from a militaristic…

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Life Lessons from Stephen Shore’s Early Work

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Alex compares two of Stephen Shore’s photography collections, and examines the effect of the differing methodology employed in each.

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Five Female Film Photographers to Follow – February 2021

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February 2021, and Danielle brings us five more female film photographers worth following. Click through and enjoy!

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The Stunning Pinhole Portraits and Alternative Processes of Nicole Small

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Danielle speaks with Nicole Small, a talented photographer whose pinhole portraiture and alternative process photos are simply stunning.

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Close Focus: The Life, Work, and Cameras of Robert Capa

2000 1125 Ryan Alexander Huang

Ryan examines the life and work of Robert Capa, by way of the cameras he used throughout his storied career.

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Five Female Film Photographers to Follow – January 2021

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The great Danielle Wrobleski is here with her first article in a new series, Five Female Film Photographers to Follow. Enjoy!

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Book Club – Seeing Clearly Through the Haze of Time – Yasuhiro Ogawa’s The Dreaming

2000 1125 Alex Sinclair

Digital is truth and film is memory. For me, this is a simple way to describe the visuals of most photography I encounter. Digital images are crisp and fine. The images produced by digital cameras…

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Oliver and His Nikon Unearth Racial Violence in the Rocky Mountains’ Past

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With Nikon in hand, Oliver seeks out a little-known memorial to five Chinese men illegally hanged in a goldrush-era Rocky Mountain town.

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One Photographer’s Experience of Pandemic and Quarantine

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Our writer Nicholas Clayton has some thoughts on this strange time of pandemic and quarantine, seen through the prism of a camera.

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South of Milwaukee, Shot on Film

1800 1207 Leah Damgaard-Hansen

Leah takes us on another journey, this time to Wisconsin in winter, where she makes a project of shooting trees (no matter the cost to her socks).

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