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Category Archives: Photography (as subject)

Available In My Galleries Here So far this week I have used the bicycle locking stands reflected in the window as a jumping off point to discuss issues of art,design, function, creativity, repetition and change.  Today we loop back to form and function.. Black and white film uses different chemicals and creates a different analog negative […]

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Available In My Gallery Here Monday and Tuesday I used the bicycle locking stands as a jumping off point to discuss issues of art,design, function, and creativity. Today is about repetition and change. This image is functionally equivalent to yesterday,s, except this one adds two cars in the reflection, and subtracts a person walking across the street. When […]

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Available In My Gallery Here Yesterday I set forth my thoughts on these bicycle locking posts, including how their shape related to their purpose, both in terms of aesthetics and efficiency. I mentioned I had been wanting to photograph them since I first saw some near Brooklyn Bridge Park in DUMBO maybe 2 years ago. When […]

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                              I try to avoid getting stuck in low market share software platforms because whatever benefits they might have, eventually the lack of third-party apps, plugins, and utilities becomes too frustrating, and almost inevitably generates a death spiral as the lack […]

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A few months ago I tried two new services designed to display photographic stories or essays: Exposure and Storehouse. Both show promise, but are still in the early growing stages. Before diving into the review and comparisons, let me be upfront at what I’m looking for in a service like these: – a beautiful design that […]

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