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Tauba Auerbach’s RGB Colorspace Atlas

Published on September 22, 2012

Oftentimes I have admired the colors in the color picker in Photoshop, and seen colorspace visualizations in monitor reviews. This three-dimensional representation of the color space in book form, however, is perfect. Thoroughly three-dimensional, and sliceable by turning pages, it is a beautiful object, open or closed. More images at the artist’s website (the website is very annoying to […]


Devin Campbell’s “The Art of Ice”

Published on March 16, 2012

I resolved at some point in the past to link to a photographer or body of work I really thought worth sharing every Friday, and I have consistently failed to do that. Resurrecting an intermittent series, here is the work of Devin Campbell, who I follow on flickr. “Kempor” His project, “The Art of Ice,” […]


Link: BBC: Ethiopia’s passion for bureaucracy

Published on August 21, 2009

This story at the BBC, on Ethiopia’s “passion for bureaucracy,” really hits the mark, and can perhaps give a little glimmer into what it is like to work or try to get anything done here. Keep in mind that, though the writer doesn’t mention it, Ethiopians in general seem to have very little compunction about […]


Friday Link: Top 10 Annoying Things to Say to a Wildlife Photographer

Published on July 17, 2009

Here’s a fun one: the Top Ten Annoying things to Say to a Wildlife Photographer. I’ve heard a few of these–enjoy.


Friday Link: LensWork Podcast

Published on June 26, 2009

As I mentioned before, I listen to a lot of podcasts, especially when I am traveling (as I am now). Of all of these podcasts, the one I perhaps look forward to the most is Brooks Jensen’s LensWork podcast. His magazine is the apex of fine art photography periodicals, and he uses experiences from the […]


Friday Link: The Candid Frame

Published on June 20, 2009

The Candid Frame is one of my favorite photography podcasts (with associated blog). The host, the awesomely-named Ibarionex R. Perello, interviews highly-skilled photographers about the art, craft, and business of photography. Depending upon the interview, he and his guests break down the creative side of photography, talk about how careers have been made, or just swap tales […]


Friday Link: iTunesU

Published on April 10, 2009

I have been traveling a lot in recent years, and my iPod and laptop have become my most constant and consistent companions. Accordingly, I turn to them a great deal for entertainment, but rather than playing games or listening always to music, I follow a great number of podcasts, from the purely educational to short-fiction […]


Mattijn

Published on February 27, 2009

Coming home to Anna’s Hoeve, originally uploaded by Mattijn. A recent flickr discovery of mine is the wonderful photo-stream of Mattijn, whose wonderful photo-montages really transcend much of the rest of what I have seen in the art form. He includes himself in his montages (look out for his adorable cat), granting them a personal […]


Joey Lawrence

Published on February 20, 2009

JoeyL, as he is apparently known, is a wunderkind photographer whom I have been following a bit since he appeared on Strobist (the post is here). He specializes in band photography, and definitely has an edgy, gritty, and urban look. The photo I have linking to him has really stuck in my mind since I saw […]


Diane Varner’s Daily Walks

Published on January 30, 2009

Diane Varner’s Daily Walks is a great collection of really high-quality photography. I am consistently impressed by the depth of mood that she manages to put into her photos, like the image above, which appears almost fantastical, while representing a real scene. Highly recommended.




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