Robert Hoerlein takes us inside his studio via a collection of photographers that his friend took. This is the first time he's seen the photos since they were taken. He experiences looking at his own intimate working space with brand new eyes in this presentation.
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Jim Dugan is a commercial photographer based in Rockland who photographs a variety of subjects, from food and real estate to sailing and kayaking. In 1991, he received an artist’s residency on Monhegan Island. He has also worked as a kayak guide and he teaches photography every summer aboard the schooner Mary Day. His latest work is digital kaleidoscopic images of Maine scenes.
Through my eyes
BY MERRYL KEMP
@ VOL 1
ON APR 16, 2014
Photographer Merryl Kemp has an incredible eye to capture light to enhance seemingly ordinary as well as the extraordinary to bring out the magic. She shows photographs that represent feelings and emotions, and proves how the eye of a camera can capture something that a human eye can not catch.
The Insatiable Lust of New Orleans
BY CHARLENE DUNAWAY
@ VOL 7
ON MAY 14, 2015
Charlene Dunway, a photographer, tells the story of her own New Orleans experience through images. From the crossroads of two streets and deciding where to wander, to the light of the street from a neon sign, Charlene recreates the magic of place.
Found Worlds: Connecting with the Magic and Beauty of the World through Contemplative Photography
BY DENISE BOSSARTE
@ VOL 6
ON MAR 01, 2016
Speaker Denise Bossarte is a Miksang Contemplative Photography practitioner and certified teacher. With this practice, she engages in a photographic process that is a direct connection with the world in the present moment. Through Miksang, she captures images revealing the extraordinary in the ordinary world.
Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: The Importance of Archival Images
BY MICHAEL KELLETT
@ VOL 11
ON JUN 06, 2017
In this presentation, Michael Kellett emphasizes the volatile nature of today’s digital media and the importance of traditional silver-based photographic materials for the long-term storage, archiving and sharing of important images.
Craft as Work and Image
BY JUSTYN DENNEY
@ VOL 38
ON NOV 08, 2018
Justyn Denney is a New Zealand based photographer with 15 years professional experience in commercial, fine art, and documentary photography. This PechaKucha explores her experience documenting New Zealand craftsman as well as the relationship between the work and craft in image as a tool for both appreciation and preservation.