Monthly Archives: October 2011
“…their black-clad arms will lower their glass of wine or single-malt long enough for them to deliver their most devastating blow; “It’s beautiful perhaps but the whole thing could have been created on a computer.” Which is the biggest lie … Continue reading
Handcrafted photographic artist Michael Massaia sees images most people will never see. While that phrase is often just overheated prose in a press release, with Massaia it is literally true. He could be accurately compared to Haley Joel Osmet’s character in The Sixth … Continue reading
Photo Competitions are a tried and true part of building a career in Fine Art Photography. There are a number of trustworthy organizations with a long track record of running professional competitions with prestigious, well-qualified jurors. They have served in part … Continue reading
Note to readers; when talking photographic appreciation, we are in the world of opinion. Regardless of the credentials of the speaker or the number of famous (or obscure) names she/he cites, it is only opinion. Remember that when anyone tries … Continue reading
Here is a little tidbit from The Philistine Magazine, December 1905. That’s why we keeping doing what we’re doing.
“Photography-related events have been very lax in the area of conflict-of-interest… among reviewers, speakers and sponsors. The problem is only growing as photo-events are “franchised” around the world.” I was disappointed but not surprised to see that Mary Virginia Swanson … Continue reading