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ML Hart
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I write as witness to what I imagine. I make images to ask questions. I tell stories with cameras and words.
I write as witness to what I imagine. I make images to ask questions. I tell stories with cameras and words.

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Editors' Pick from LensCulture - my on-site portrait of conductor Peyton Hibbitt (second in this group of 10):

https://www.lensculture.com/portrait-awards-2016/event-submission/166213?utm_campaign=53-mysub&utm_content=mysub&utm_medium=social&utm_source=fb-social
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Insightful essay on the true nature of photography. I think it's brilliant. Of course I do - it echoes how I work. Whether I'm shooting or interviewing, I listen, engage. People WANT to talk about what's important to them - their lives, their work.
With some of my more interview-savvy subjects (i.e., they;d been burned, misquoted, betrayed by journalists) it took a while for them to figure out I wasn't asking questions like others. I didn't have my head down, scribbling notes. I make eye contact. I read body language. I listen.
More of an investment of time and harder to extract the parts from the taped interview I want to use. But people talk to me. Hell, sometimes they confess to me. Astonishing stories. Indelible life experience.
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I love shooting doors and windows. Maybe all photographers do...
X-Rite ColorTALK with Jay Maisel
"When color moves me, that’s when I shoot."
http://bit.ly/1K2fRRP
#photography   #color  
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What's next? A determination that someone taking one of my images and posting it on their website without any contact, without permission, without attribution, without compensation is to be considered "fair use"?

Or do we watermark the hell out of images... or stop posting them altogether?

I'm not seeing a good end to this.
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Great article - I mean, how can you resist a line like "restraint and subtlety were the boring hallmarks of bands who weren’t Queen"??
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Heartbreaking news about the loss of 150 lives and the impact that has on their families.
The opera world is reeling, as 2 of those lost were singers. In today's business, frequent flying is unavailable, and this possibility just isn't talked about much.
In shock, in mourning ... May transitions be peaceful.
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