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  • Well, That's Done!

    Blog Author Richard Newman

    I feel that in any artist’s early development there is a period when outright copying and imitating the work of a hero is fair game. But, when it comes time to create our own body of work, it is important to know when a piece of art is done.

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  • Building a Photographic Library . . . Revisited

    Blog Author David Gremp

    I have been infatuated with and addicted to photo books for over 40 years....I’ve always felt that possessing them and sharing them was significantly important to my development and continued passion for photography. And, it makes me wonder if they are still an important part of photographers’ lives today.

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  • Ansel

    Blog Author Richard Newman

    We all know him for his photographs, but Ansel Adams was also a teacher, mentor and writer of the highest order.

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  • Unfinished Business: True Confessions of a Bibliophile

    Blog Author David Gremp

    Without any real incentive or motivation other than my own initiative (and guilt) and without any responsibilities other than my own personal gratification, I’ve trudged through hundreds upon hundreds of books—mostly fiction—and finished them all . . . with the exception of 5 books . . .

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  • What are you Reading?

    Blog Author Richard Newman

    Reading has always been really important to me. I genuinely enjoy crawling into a book and letting the world go by around me. At one time, when I was traveling extensively, I read over 200 books in one year.

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