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Famous Photographer Quote #0372

The great geniuses are those who have kept their childlike spirit and have added to it breadth of vision and experience.

Alfred Stieglitz

1894

Photography

A Review of Jennifer Sinor’s Letters Like the Day

By Debbie Hagan

The other day, I came across a stack of letters, written in 1974, by my high school boyfriend. When I left for college, he stayed home. 846 more words

Book Reviews

Davis Museum Presents U.S. Eddie Martinez Exhibition 

The Davis Museum at Wellesley College is pleased to present Eddie Martinez: Ants at a Picknic, the artist’s first museum solo exhibition. The installation includes a suite of seven new large-scale … 21 more words

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Impressionism in Photography: George Davidson

On the 19th of September 1854, English photographer, and a proponent of pictorial or impressionistic photography, George Davidson was born in Lowestoft, Suffolk, England. He is noted as one of the most important figures in the development of Pictorial photography at the end of the nineteenth century. 650 more words

Art

Alfred Stieglitz: Clouds

Reading Sontag’s On Photography again, Chapter 5 introduced me for the first time to the cloud formations of Alfred Stieglitz,  taken between 1922 and 1935. 182 more words

Part 5

3D Ball Project (Intermediate 3D Animation)

Here we have both of my 3D Ball Bounce animations. They were both relatively simple because I used Rotoscoping on them because when I started, I misunderstood and thought I was supposed to do it that way. 139 more words

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Famous Photographer Quote #0363

“It is more important to click with people than to click the shutter.”

Alfred Stieglitz

1894

Photography