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On Photography: Edward Keating, 1956-2021
On Photography: Juergen Teller, 1964-present
On Photography: Michael Kenna, 1953-present
On Photography: David duChemin, 1971-present
The October 2021 NAB Show is canceled
On Photography: Richard Drew, 1946-Present
September 11: Remembering 20 years since the towers fell
On Photography: Kwame Brathwaite, 1938-present
On Photography: Hiro, 1930-2021
On Photography: Gjon Mili, 1904-1984
“Amazing Photography” brings inspirational stories from across the globe
On Photography: David Douglas Duncan, 1916-2018

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On Photography: David duChemin, 1971-present

On Photography: David duChemin, 1971-present

“Knowing failure is part of our process, and leads to new ideas, stronger work, and more honest questions, liberates us to peer, a little less frightened, into the unknown.”  – David duChemin David duChemin photographs the souls of his subjects.

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2021 NAB Show Cancelled

The October 2021 NAB Show is canceled

The National Association of Broadcasters’ NAB Show was rescheduled to happen the week of October 9-13, 2021. Due to the resurgence of the Covid-19 Delta strain, the show has been canceled altogether. NAB spokesman, Chris Brown wrote in a September

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On Photography: Richard Drew, 1946-present

On Photography: Richard Drew, 1946-Present

“That you can be two hours early, but you can’t be a 60th-of-a-second late. In other words, if you’re not there when it happens, you can’t take a picture of it.” -Richard Drew 20 years ago today, Associated Press photographer

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On Photography: Kwame Brathwaite, 1938-present

On Photography: Kwame Brathwaite, 1938-present

“Black is beautiful.” -popularized by Kwame Braithwaite Kwame Brathwaite, dressed in a three-piece suit, came to MoMA PS1 in Queens, NY for his first photography assignment in over 20 years. He was to make portraits of the artist Joanne Petit-Frère

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On Photography: Hiro, 1930-2021

On Photography: Hiro, 1930-2021

“With the pragmatic brilliance of a Renaissance master, Hiro has changed the way photographs look, and with an endlessly inventive technique has changed the way photographers work.” -The American Photographer The iconic photographer of fashion and still life with a

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On Photography: Gjon Mili, 1904-1984

On Photography: Gjon Mili, 1904-1984

“Time could truly be made to stand still. Texture could be retained despite sudden violent movement.” -Gjon Mili Gjon Mili was one of the first photographers to use electronic flash to light a picture and to stop motion. MIT engineer Gjon

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On Photography: David Douglas Duncan, 1916-2018

On Photography: David Douglas Duncan, 1916-2018

“There’s nobody between you and the print. Nobody. It’s you and the subject and the final print. And if you get it published that way, you’ve said it.” -David Douglas Duncan War photographer’s gear bag David Douglas Duncan kept his

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On Photography: George Forss, 1941-2021

On Photography: George Forss, 1941-2021

“I feel I have brought back a classical style to the world of black and white art photography. I believe in beautiful things and I feel through my art I am capturing beauty in my camera lens.” -George Forss $4

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On Photography: Chuck Rogers, 1931-present

On Photography: Chuck Rogers, 1931-present

“I never claimed to be a great photographer, and even at this point I don’t.” -Chuck Rogers One Friday morning, I was having coffee with Chuck Rogers at Einstein’s on North Druid Hills Road in Atlanta, GA. Chuck was showing

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On Photography: Lou Jones, 1945-present

On Photography: Lou Jones, 1945-present

“In art, I think that you’re pushed and pulled in a direction. And being a Black artist, especially a black photographer, a lot of my decisions were based upon survival.” -Lou Jones Lou Jones has been a successful photographer for

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On Photography: Richard Drew, 1946-present

On Photography: Richard Drew, 1946-Present

“That you can be two hours early, but you can’t be a 60th-of-a-second late. In other words, if you’re not there when it happens, you can’t take a picture of it.” -Richard Drew 20 years ago today, Associated Press photographer

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On Photography: Kwame Brathwaite, 1938-present

On Photography: Kwame Brathwaite, 1938-present

“Black is beautiful.” -popularized by Kwame Braithwaite Kwame Brathwaite, dressed in a three-piece suit, came to MoMA PS1 in Queens, NY for his first photography assignment in over 20 years. He was to make portraits of the artist Joanne Petit-Frère

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On Photography: Hiro, 1930-2021

On Photography: Hiro, 1930-2021

“With the pragmatic brilliance of a Renaissance master, Hiro has changed the way photographs look, and with an endlessly inventive technique has changed the way photographers work.” -The American Photographer The iconic photographer of fashion and still life with a

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On Photography: Gjon Mili, 1904-1984

On Photography: Gjon Mili, 1904-1984

“Time could truly be made to stand still. Texture could be retained despite sudden violent movement.” -Gjon Mili Gjon Mili was one of the first photographers to use electronic flash to light a picture and to stop motion. MIT engineer Gjon

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On Photography: David Douglas Duncan, 1916-2018

On Photography: David Douglas Duncan, 1916-2018

“There’s nobody between you and the print. Nobody. It’s you and the subject and the final print. And if you get it published that way, you’ve said it.” -David Douglas Duncan War photographer’s gear bag David Douglas Duncan kept his

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On Photography: George Forss, 1941-2021

On Photography: George Forss, 1941-2021

“I feel I have brought back a classical style to the world of black and white art photography. I believe in beautiful things and I feel through my art I am capturing beauty in my camera lens.” -George Forss $4

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On Photography: Chuck Rogers, 1931-present

On Photography: Chuck Rogers, 1931-present

“I never claimed to be a great photographer, and even at this point I don’t.” -Chuck Rogers One Friday morning, I was having coffee with Chuck Rogers at Einstein’s on North Druid Hills Road in Atlanta, GA. Chuck was showing

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On Photography: Lou Jones, 1945-present

On Photography: Lou Jones, 1945-present

“In art, I think that you’re pushed and pulled in a direction. And being a Black artist, especially a black photographer, a lot of my decisions were based upon survival.” -Lou Jones Lou Jones has been a successful photographer for

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