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On Photography: Jay Maisel, 1931-present
MDRN Photobooth is an event success
On Photography: Stephen Wilkes, 1957-present
On Photography: Bruce Davidson, 1933-present
On Photography: Andreas Feininger, 1906-1999
On Photography: August Sander, 1876-1964
On Photography: Nick Brandt, 1964-present
Drobo users, beware of macOS 11 Big Sur
On Photography: Louis Hine, 1874-1980
On Photography: Baron Wolman, 1937-2020
Practical guide to enjoying your photographs every day
On Photography: Edward Sheriff Curtis, 1868-1952

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On Photography: Bruce Davidson, 1933-present

On Photography: Bruce Davidson, 1933-present

“I don’t always know why I’m photographing something. It’s my learning machine.” -Bruce Davidson Darkroom magic Bruce Davidson was born and grew up in Oak Park, Illinois. In an interview with Chris Wiley in the New Yorker, he said, “Well,

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2020-11-29 August Sander

On Photography: August Sander, 1876-1964

“I never made a person look bad. They do that themselves.” -August Sander Starting in photography August Sander did not have an artistic background. As a matter of fact, he discovered photography by accident while helping a gold mining company’s

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On Photography: Nick Brandt, 1964-present

On Photography: Nick Brandt, 1964-present

“My images are idyllic and romantic, a kind of enchanted Africa. They are my elegy to a world that is steadily, tragically vanishing.” – Nick Brandt Music videos Nick Brandt studied painting and filmmaking at St. Martin’s School of Art

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Drobo users: Do not upgrade to macOS 11 Big Sur

Drobo users, beware of macOS 11 Big Sur

Drobo has been working around the clock to fix a Thunderbolt connection problem that occurred with the release version of macOS 11 Big Sur. What does this mean? What did Apple do? Drobo had finished updating connectivity with its Beyond

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On Photography: Louis Hine, 1874-1980

On Photography: Louis Hine, 1874-1980

“If I could tell the story in words, I wouldn’t need to lug around a camera.” -Louis Hine The power of photography In 1901, Louis Hine was hired by Frank Manny the superintendent of New York’s Ethical Culture School. Hine

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On Photography, Baron Wolman, 1937-2020

On Photography: Baron Wolman, 1937-2020

“I think that the management of the musicians right now is so stupid because in limiting the photographers’ access, they’re limiting the best that the photographer can give them.” -Baron Wolman Rolling Stone’s first photographer Baron Wolman met Jann Wenner

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On Photography: Edward Sheriff Curtis, 1868-1952

On Photography: Edward Sheriff Curtis, 1868-1952

“For every negative that is a disappointment, there is one that is a joy.” -Edward S. Curtis Photographer in Washington state IN 1887, Edward Curtis’s family moved from his birthplace near Whitewater, WI to Port Orchard, WA when he was

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2020-10-18 Eugène Atget

On Photography: Eugène Atget, 1857-1927

“A good photograph is like a good hound dog, dumb, but eloquent.” -Eugene Atget When photography was barely 25 years old, Eugène Atget started photographing views of Paris, France that evolved into an over ten thousand image portrait of the

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2020-11-29 August Sander

On Photography: August Sander, 1876-1964

“I never made a person look bad. They do that themselves.” -August Sander Starting in photography August Sander did not have an artistic background. As a matter of fact, he discovered photography by accident while helping a gold mining company’s

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On Photography: Nick Brandt, 1964-present

On Photography: Nick Brandt, 1964-present

“My images are idyllic and romantic, a kind of enchanted Africa. They are my elegy to a world that is steadily, tragically vanishing.” – Nick Brandt Music videos Nick Brandt studied painting and filmmaking at St. Martin’s School of Art

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Drobo users: Do not upgrade to macOS 11 Big Sur

Drobo users, beware of macOS 11 Big Sur

Drobo has been working around the clock to fix a Thunderbolt connection problem that occurred with the release version of macOS 11 Big Sur. What does this mean? What did Apple do? Drobo had finished updating connectivity with its Beyond

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On Photography: Louis Hine, 1874-1980

On Photography: Louis Hine, 1874-1980

“If I could tell the story in words, I wouldn’t need to lug around a camera.” -Louis Hine The power of photography In 1901, Louis Hine was hired by Frank Manny the superintendent of New York’s Ethical Culture School. Hine

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On Photography, Baron Wolman, 1937-2020

On Photography: Baron Wolman, 1937-2020

“I think that the management of the musicians right now is so stupid because in limiting the photographers’ access, they’re limiting the best that the photographer can give them.” -Baron Wolman Rolling Stone’s first photographer Baron Wolman met Jann Wenner

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On Photography: Edward Sheriff Curtis, 1868-1952

On Photography: Edward Sheriff Curtis, 1868-1952

“For every negative that is a disappointment, there is one that is a joy.” -Edward S. Curtis Photographer in Washington state IN 1887, Edward Curtis’s family moved from his birthplace near Whitewater, WI to Port Orchard, WA when he was

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2020-10-18 Eugène Atget

On Photography: Eugène Atget, 1857-1927

“A good photograph is like a good hound dog, dumb, but eloquent.” -Eugene Atget When photography was barely 25 years old, Eugène Atget started photographing views of Paris, France that evolved into an over ten thousand image portrait of the

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On Photography: Félix Nadar, 1820-1910

On Photography: Félix Nadar, 1820-1910

“Photography is a marvelous discovery, a science that has attracted the greatest intellects, and art that excites the most astute minds — and one that can be practiced by any imbecile.” -Nadar (Gaspard-Félix Tournachon) Becoming Nadar While best known as

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