Monthly Archives: October 2013

This is an interesting lecture on aesthetics on the BBC

This is an excellent lecture on the aesthetics on the BBC by the artist Grayson Perry http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01jyv7s Advertisements

Art libraries that have added my book to their collection

My book Ansel Adams and Dorothea Lange’s Three Mormon Towns continues to be added to many of the best art libraries in the United States. International Center of Photography- New York, New York Philadelphia Museum of Art- Philadelphia Museum of Art The Museum of Modern Art- New York, New York Stanford University Arts Library- Pal […]

“Gravity” possably the best 3D film ever made

I saw Gravity staring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney on Friday. It’s an excellent film in script, acting and it’s use of 3D cinematography. In many ways outer space is the perfect place to set a 3D film. Lots of depth view in every shot and free floating objects. I saw the film in 3D […]

On Camera Man and Photographers: an exploration in the history of typing and photography

In this essay I want to talk about the difference between cameramen and photographers.  I want to do this because I’ve realized that in many ways I’ve my entire career in photography which started in 1997 has been watching a radical technological shifts that has changed the meaning of what it is to be a […]

Stills and motion

Video from 66 Degrees North Paste a Video URL Modern motion capture cameras can get a 12 MP still image out of there footage. That means it’s possible to shoot at over 150 FPS and get a still image. This capability creates an overlap between still and motion like never before. Here is a video […]