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The Mojave (35mm – October 2013)

 

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Urs Fischer @ MOCA, MOCA Geffen

I recently had the pleasure of checking out the Urs Fischer exhibition at MOCA and MOCA Geffen in LA on two separate occasions. Fischer’s work blurs the distinctions between sculpture, installation, and individual pieces of art.  Perhaps that’s why I so enjoy and dislike the work simultaneously.  

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Battle of the Auto Modes

As a heatwave continues to sweep across Southern California (estimated 126°F in Death Valley!), I’ve been hiding out in my darkened studio space and processing RAW files. I need something to do in order to avoid the sun so a RAW conversion software comparison seems appropriate.  My tool of choice for RAW conversion has always [...]

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31 – SF

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Central Valley, California

    Exploring California’s exquisitely vague Central Valley region on a trip back from Sacramento.

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Sacramento

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Mon Petit Chou…

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Instant Garden

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Midnight In Moscow, March 1990

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From Flickr user:  Jim Linwood’s album “Russia 1990.” Found via blogpost:  ”Findings, File Under Movement:” on the MIEL Blog. Currently it is 72° F, sunny, still and beautiful in Los Angeles. However, I cannot stop looking at this image of Moscow and wishing I was there, bracing myself against the cold.

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A Head-Scratcher

When I was working my way through the first year of the MFA program at the University of Minnesota, I took an amazing class called “Performed Photography” with a professor who would later end up as a vital part of my thesis committee. The course consisted of making projects that used photography (or any media [...]

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