Book Club

Ray Bradbury’s Sun and Shadow Shines a Light on Photographic Cultural Appropriation

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Ray Bradbury’s Sun and Shadow is a beautiful short story that examines photographic cultural appropriation. Synopsis and thoughts in today’s article.

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Shooting Film : Everything You Need to Know About Analogue Photography – Book Review

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James reviews the new book Shooting Film : Everything You Need to Know About Analogue Photography by Ben Hawkins and Lisa Kanaever-Hunsicker.

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

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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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This Technical Reference Manual on Film Cameras is Beautiful – CP Book Club

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Vetro Editions specializes in what they call “paper-made-cultural-artefacts.” What this means is they make really pretty books. Their latest book is no exception, and it’s an absolute treat for anyone whose interests land at the…

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James Lager’s Leica An Illustrated History is the Book Every Leica Fan Needs to Own

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There are lots of books covering the famous red dot from Germany, and most Leica fans are dedicated enough that their shelves hold more than a few of these, but there’s just one set that…

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Annie Leibovitz Looks Inward for Pilgrimage – CP Book Club

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Annie Leibovitz is the most recognizable name in modern photography. Not only does the average person recognize her name, but most know her work; the Yoko Ono and John Lennon photo taken right before his…

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Five Books Every Photo Geek Should Own

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Documentarian and filmmaker Werner Herzog once said, “If you don’t read, you will never be a filmmaker.” The same is true for any aspiring creator, whether we’re making movies, music, or photographs. The knowledge gleaned…

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CP Book Club – Leica : The First Fifty Years by G. Rogliatti

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There are few pleasures as easy to attain as the simple act of sitting and relaxing for a few moments with a good book. And for those of us who are into photography there is…

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