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24 Nov Giacomelli and Blossfeldt

As I walk in the meadow each day I see many of the same people also making the rounds.  Almost all of them have dogs.  One woman has a very sweet, thin black dog.  The dog and I have become friendly and she always stops for a few pets. However, for several months, the most that I got out of...

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20 Mar Mall Stories

When I was a freshman in high school, I became somewhat obsessed with photography. I was "that guy" who took most of the pictures for the school paper and the yearbook. I knew that I wanted to be a photographer, but I didn't want to go to art school, or journalism school for that matter. I intuitively knew that it...

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17 Oct Projects galore

About 15 years ago, when I was in a band driving around the country for long stretches, I would often think of grand art projects. Unfortunately, I didn’t always have the means or connections to really pull them off. Some of them I completed in part, and others have recently started to float back into my consciousness. In many cases...

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03 Aug DSLR and filmmaking

DSLR video has had a tremendous impact on us over here at Rumur. The image quality is so much better than standard HD cameras that it has inspired a whole new wave of ideas. Before we made our first feature film, "Half-Cocked," Suki said to me, "If we can make it look anything like your photos, we'll be all right." At...

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