A Letter from New Orleans: Long Lifelines
I was directing four days of high-definition television broadcasts at the National Association of Broadcasters annual show in Las Vegas last spring when I suddenly encountered more Lebanese nationals than I had ever met before.
At Home with David Alan Harvey - Workshop 2006: A Week of Inspiration and Learning
"Authorship, authorship, authorship" was the mantra set forth by David Alan Harvey on day one of what was about to be an incredible week of photography.
A criticism of Canon digital SLRs for a long time, and in fact DSLRs from a number of manufacturers, is the lack of a permanent place on the top LCD, and more importantly in the viewfinder, to display the active ISO speed.
Archival Prints: 'Inkjet' No Longer a Dirty Word
I'm told that Paul Strand printed on platinum for as long as possible, holding out against silver and even having the folks who were producing his paper double-coat it so it was more platinum than most platinum.
Common Cents: The Sky is Falling!
What if the day came when hometown papers and TV stations could no longer shoot professional sports in their own town?
Ethics: We Need To Talk...
At this writing, Josh Wolf is sitting in a federal prison in Dublin, California.
Letters from Central America: The Tyranny Of The Right
Why is it that whenever you're looking for a Phillips-head screwdriver the only things that you can find in the kitchen drawer are flat-head screwdrivers?