Photography and Other Arts in Vienna

Vienna, as seen from the Upper Belvedere Museum   Last week was spent in Vienna (Austria), a city bursting with history and art, as well as home of culinary specialties including the infamous Wiener Schnitzel (no, it’s not a hot dog!). The occasion was my participation in a workshop on curating, conducted by the enterprising... Continue Reading →

Jim McKinniss at SE Center for Photography

Iris, #2 copyright Jim McKinniss The South East Center of Photography will be exhibiting their show The Still Life, which was curated by Kimberly Witham. We are excited that PhotoExchange member Jim McKinniss was juried in with two photographs, Iris #2, above, and Two Tulips, below. I had a chance to talk to McKinniss recently... Continue Reading →

Report on Photobook Day at LACP Open House, March 17

Yesterday was a very exciting day at the Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP) in Hollywood. During its Open House Weekend, March 17 emphasized photobooks. The day started with a fascinating presentation by our own Douglas Stockdale. In covering the topic “Photobook Pre-Visualization,” he took the audience on a tour of his own book-publishing history,... Continue Reading →

A Gallery of Photography — New Orleans

  One of the wonders of New Orleans is a well-established gallery in the French Quarter,  A Gallery For Fine Photography, which was founded in 1973 by Joshua Mann Pailet. When first entering the establishment, you are surprised by two floors full of both iconic and new work, all at the highest level of fine... Continue Reading →

Expired film – creative opportunities

Untitled (Gardening for Ordnance) 2018 copyright Douglas Stockdale About four years ago a friend gifted me a couple blocks of expired 120 roll film for my Hasselblad camera; some Ilford Pan F black&white film that expired in June of 1984, Ilford HP5 black&white film that expired in July of 1982 and a 20 pack of... Continue Reading →

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