Photography, Time Travel and Forgotten Memories Remembered & Relived

Photography used to be time travel. We took photographs, and then forgot them. That magic roll of film held the memory safe, tucked away in the dark to be revealed and relived at another time. A trip to the Fotomat was highly anticipated--the roll finished and developed, it offered wonderful surprises, time travel, remembering and... Continue Reading →

The Hard Work of Publishing Four Photo Books: Follow-up

A short while ago, I published this post: Publishing Four Very Important Photo Books in 2019 Since then, I've completed three of the books (one person couldn't get it together) and they're on their way. In the process, here's what I learned. 1. People don't know where their photos are. 2. They don't know how to... Continue Reading →

Flips Are Slower Than Swipes

Perhaps it's special because it feels like an event when you're flipping pages.  Is that what makes it different? Maybe it's nostalgic.  Or just a wish to get away from all things digital, especially since so many of us are in front of our phones and computers all day. Call it a resurgence.  A return... Continue Reading →

You’re Not a Photographer, Stop Saying You Are!

You’re not going to take less pictures. You’re not going to backup your pictures. You’re not going to print your pictures. So, you’re not really making photographs. (Just snaps/notes for a quick look/like.) In the future, you’re not going to have any photographs, Since there are no photographs. They don't exist. (You can’t save what... Continue Reading →

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