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Week 13 - Intermediate Photography

This is the first roll of not-expired Tri-X since I started the whole William Klein project.  Well, it expired December 2014, I guess, but that hardly counts. 546 more words

Film Photography

November 22,1963 The End Of Camelot

If you are old enough, you can recall this terrible day.

You can recall where you were, and what you were doing when you heard the news. 218 more words

On Being a Stranger in a Strange Land [File #2]

Did you know that there were three copies of the Zapruder film made that  day November 22? Mr. Zapruder had turned it over to the authorities almost immediately after the assassination and they processed it. 1,022 more words


Remembering JFK

Friends of Padre Steve’s World

President John F Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas Texas on a sunny November afternoon fifty-two years ago.  The images of the event and its aftermath in photos and film still haunt us and find themselves etched in our individual and collective memory. 1,751 more words



Today is the day. Fifty-three years after the event. I remember it. Do you?

It’s weird watching the documentaries commemorating events I remember. It’s the Kennedy assassination this month. 847 more words

American History

The case for Oswald's defense

No one saw Lee Harvey Oswald aim a gun at President Kennedy and pull the trigger. A man strongly resembling Oswald was seen with a gun shortly before the shooting, standing at the window from which shots were fired; the first description of a suspect, broadcast on the Dallas police radio, was based on that sighting. 1,211 more words

American Politics

The case against Lee Harvey Oswald

No one saw Lee Harvey Oswald aim a gun at President Kennedy and pull the trigger. However, more than one person saw Oswald (or a person who looked like him) standing at a sixth floor window of the Book Depository before the shots were fired. 1,287 more words

American Politics