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Photography as Art | An Interpretation by Kevin Richards

2016-10-24T11:08:22+00:00 By |A Photographer's Attitude, Advanced Photography Aspects, Fine Art Photography, Photography History, Reader and Student Articles|

So what exactly is photographic art?

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The Last Roll of Kodachrome

2017-08-08T14:18:24+00:00 By |Film Photography, Photography History|

Steve MCurry shoots the last Roll of Kodachrome... For some, including legendary National Geographic photographer, Steve McCurry, this marks the end of an era and the memory is bittersweet. He loads the film into his 35mm camera and takes it out on a trip, halfway around the world...

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Morals and Photography – What are yours?

2017-08-14T11:22:56+00:00 By |Photo Journalism and Documentary Photography, Photography History|

Morals and Photography Here are some questions on the issue of morals and photography. The questions are designed to get you thinking. I can’t give you any clear cut answers, I can only give you opinions.

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Tribute to Master Photographer, August Sander

2017-08-14T12:09:06+00:00 By |Featured Photographers, Photo Journalism and Documentary Photography, Photography History, Portrait Photography|

Here's an impressive collection of some of Old Master Photographer, August Sander's lifelong photography project - The People In The Twentieth Century... "By sight and observation and thought, with the help of the camera, and the addition of the date of the year, we can hold fast the history of the world" August Sander

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