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Category Archives: Fine Art Photography

arisalomon.com – my new photo site

Today I’m launching a new site to feature my fine art photography. It will give me a chance to focus this site on my WordPress website business and related graphic design work. I’ve got some more content to shift around so let’s just call this a soft launch – a secret between you and me. […]

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Lytro camera: one more thing…

Lytro lets you take pictures like never before. Unlike a conventional camera that captures a single plane of light, the Lytro camera captures the entire light field, which is all the light traveling in every direction in every point in space. This comment on their blog gave some idea of how this technology can really […]

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Robert Hartman Lecture: Color Infrared Aerial Photographs

Join me at this event this Saturday…   Robert Hartman will give a lecture and show slides and prints of his photographic work with a question & answer session to follow. I expect we will have a good turn out to this exciting talk and slide show.   Exotic colors, abstract art, and abstract geometry […]

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Unintentional signage #1: LIBERTY

I am gathering images of old, faded, cracked vinyl signs and have been keeping an eye out for a certain kind of wabi-sabi sign. Today though I have a different kind of sign to share. I came across some moss growing in the sidewalk embossed sign for “Liberty” street…

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Amazing Color slides from 1939-1943

America in color – these photos are worth a look… These images, by photographers of the Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information, are some of the only color photographs taken of the effects of the Depression on America’s rural and small town populations. The photographs are the property of the Library of Congress and were […]

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Picture Berlin – intensive workshops in fine art photography

This program sounds like a great opportunity for an intensive work and training experience in fine art photography in one of my favorite cities – Berlin. It’s like an intensive workshop only it lasts almost a full month. April Gertler is the director. What can I gain from this program that other programs wouldn’t be […]

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20×200: West Coast event

Join me at this free art event… We’re heading out west for our annual Collectors Confab and you’re invited! Jen and a few members of the 20×200 team are excited to meet you—West Coast collectors—on Tuesday, May 4th from 6 – 9 p.m at Chronicle Books in San Francisco. We’ll be serving wine and beer […]

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GigaPan Systems: Get a robot for your tripod

New Pro version announced today. I may get one of these to explore new options for my panoramic photos. Simply attach your camera to it, then the EPIC directs you through the steps to capture a gigapixel image. You then set the upper left and lower right corners of your panorama and the EPIC works […]

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PhotoAlliance: DAWOUD BEY

2010 LECTURE SERIES DAWOUD BEY WITH JESSICA INGRAM Date: January 29, 2010 Time:7:30 pm Location: San Francisco Art Institute Lecture Hall 800 Chestnut Street San Francisco, Ca (at Jones Street) Ticket Information: $10.00 general admission $5.00 students with ID— TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR via PhotoAlliance.

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More Interfaces: 45 Hidden Faces in Things

Entertainment Web: 45 Hidden Faces in Things.

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