Month: October 2017

Photo History of female photographers

Photography Can’t Keep a Good Woman Down

Well, history’s done it again and ignored all the important women in photography, too. Just because someone voices her opinion and made one of the good ol’ boys mad, photographers like Imogen Cunningham and Margaret Bourke-White were left out of the clubs and history books. Thanks to the women who don’t give up, their work […]

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Johanna Mueller printmaking artist

Featured Artist with Johanna Mueller

Printmaker Johanna Mueller creates etchings that elegantly weave cross-culture folklore as embodied in animals and archetypes. As Johanna’s explains in her artist statement: Driven by concept, steeped in symbolism, my work delves into the shared histories of humans, as told by animals. Borrowing from Native American, Aboriginal, Hindu, Buddhist, Biblical and other ancient cultural traditions, […]

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photo history blog post about eddie adams

Photography, Technology, and Eddie Adams

After one afternoon of perusing blogs and social news feeds and sites like Buzzfeed and Photojojo, the cohorts here at Tilt Shift found a nice list of recommended movies for or those photographers who can’t get enough of lens on lens action. Two from the list stand out (of the 80% left still to watch): […]

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color photography photo history

Taking Color Photography to New (Conceptual) Levels

With color and ways to communicate with it, what’s left to look at? Is there more to discover with stark reality in color? With the technical bits ironed out, photographers go everywhere and look at everything. Artists begin to use color photography to critique the fabric of society. Influenced by postmodernism and a lack of […]

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