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Anthotype Sandwiched Positive Diptychs

This is my diptych set of anthotype (basically organic matter used as emulsion – in this case, a lovely pinot noir on watercolor paper) prints. Each print contains two images – one from Afghanistan and one from Yad Vashem, the … Continue reading

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Allies or Enemies, Updated edits

Periodically, I come upon new ways of doing things or decide to change my style a bit.  I’ve been using Adobe Lightroom for my main editing for a bit now, and it’s so easy to go right back to the … Continue reading

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Refuge

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/28/world/asia/28afghankids.html This is a great article highlighting one of the major factors for needing people on the ground in Europe.  Immigrants come from many, many nations seeking refuge from what terrors they leave behind or simply the lack of the … Continue reading

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