Remembering Bill Collins

We are very sad to take leave of Bill Collins, who passed away this February. He was a great photographer and friend, a faithful member of our Photo Exchange group who shared many examples of his photography over the years. I am showing five of his photographs above ("Before the Storm") and below, from our... Continue Reading →

Remembering Frank Cancian

By Gerhard Clausing • It is an especially sad moment to take leave of a fellow photographer who was also a genuinely nice person. Frank passed away this month at the age of 86. We fondly remember him as a wonderful friend, who shared his expertise and experiences in documenting communities, especially in connection with... Continue Reading →

Dye sublimation on clear base aluminum

by Douglas Stockdale • My experimentation/play series of organic abstraction during the COVID-19 pandemic has also included some printing evaluations using the dye sublimation printing process on clear base aluminum. I have been working with three west-coast California print labs on this printing project and they all have a slight variation on what to call this process... Continue Reading →

The MUSIC TO MY EARS Exhibition

© Janos Lanyi    Music To My Ears The Ability Of A Photograph To Conjure Sound  Sound comes in many forms from bands playing, to horses fighting, to waves crashing. This month’s online exhibition, Music To My Ears, measures the extent to which a visual image can crossover and awaken our sense of hearing. Congratulations... Continue Reading →

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