Microphotography

In my Intermediate class this week, I was showing macro lenses and someone used the phrase "microphotography". I corrected them, because there is a different between macro and micro. It comes down to the amount of magnification; in macro, they are things you can still see with the naked eye, but micro has a 20x... Continue Reading →

Free Photo Artist Lecture

Viewpoint is starting up their Photography Lecture series again! The first Zoom lecture is Thursday Sept 15 from 7:00-8:30pm and the topic is Explorations with Smartphone Photography. Betty Sederquist will be the speaker.   It’s the camera you always have with you. Somehow, smartphones have grown better than our “real cameras.” In this little presentation, we hope you can... Continue Reading →

Photographer Natacha de Mahieu visualises the impact of overtourism

My photo history class, Survey of Photography, is starting to explore colonialism in photography and how that morphed into travel photography when I came across this article by Rebecca Liu, "Wish you weren't here". How perfect would it be, how perfect to tie in Stillfried and Brady and the photo craze that created Japonism with the... Continue Reading →

Online Artph 305 Materials FAQ

This is for Professor Worsfold’s digital class. If you are on the waitlist, I would either wait to buy this or I’d make sure you don’t open it and keep receipts in case you don’t get into the class. First and foremost, the camera. And not just ANY camera…you need a digital camera will FULL […]

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