Monday, July 9, 2007


Unlike painting, photography has had the ability to capture billions of events and places in precise detail because it is fast and easy. Consequently, not all images are made with art and preservation in mind. Often pictures are perceived as utility based and even ugly, but through time they mature into images that are interesting and important. They illustrate moments in time which can not be repeated. They show hairstyles, furniture, and people that have passed.

This week (while Carey is moving) I will be focusing on five or six different types of photography which are often taken for granted but are attractive to me. Mainly I will be posting pictures and showing art photographers who work in a similar vain.

Please post photographs you have found that fits.

And thanks for letting me sneak in here.

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