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Photography Is a Feeling: An Interview with Richard Gaston

The Highlands of Scotland | Photograph by Richard Gaston   There is a quiet beauty in Richard Gaston’s photographs. They are like a quiet place in themselves. Relieved of any unnecessary detail. What remains is the emotion of the adventure, … Read More

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Interview with Photographer Amélie Laurin

In my interview with photographer Amélie Laurin, we have talked about Roland Garros, Rafael Nadal, about taking, not making, a photograph, and about her hitch-hiking through the Americas. Read More

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Today Everything Exists to End in a Photograph

One of the most remarkable things about Susan Sontag’s essays “On Photography” is how much they apply to our present day image-saturated digital world. Suddenly, Sontag’s penetrating critique Read More

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Interview with Photographer Laura Wilson

Harry Dean Stanton by Laura Wilson

Harry Dean Stanton on the set of “The Wendell Baker Story”, Circleville, Texas, 2003 | photo by Laura Wilson     She always carries her camera with her. Be it in the wide-open spaces of the great American West or … Read More

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Interview with Photographer Christophe Jacrot

Man and girl - India - Christophe Jacrot

Man and girl, India   Christophe Jacrot has created a cinematic, poetic visual world through his photographs. Always shot in bad weather, his photography rings with immediacy and intensity, and awakens a feeling of romantic fiction in the viewer, making … Read More

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