Anonymous - Family Scene in an English Garden
Ruth Bernhard - Creation
Michael Philip Manheim - Breaking Wave
Louis De Clercq - Tombeau de la Vierge, Jerusalem
Germaine Krull - Harbor at Saint Malo, France, from
Stanko Abadžic - Tables and Chairs

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Paris Photo LA Renewed for 2016, But Why?

The latest edition of the West Coast version of Paris Photo had few major name photography galleries, in contrast to the recent photo london show, which managed to scoop up…

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Featured Exhibit

Lisa Holden: Constructed Landscapes

One of the main themes in Lisa Holden's digital photoworks is identity. Growing up in the North of England as an adopted child, (her birth parents are South African and…

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Collecting Resources

Basic Core Photography Collecting Books and Other Media by Category

The following group of classic books and resources is what I consider the basic necessities for a photography collector’s library. There are many other fine examples, but this is…

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