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Monthly Archive for January, 2007

Getty Villa

I went to the Getty Villa on Saturday. I took some photos while I was there.

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Photo Synchronicity

I just mentioned the Photography of Todd Hido a few posts before this one. It turns out that he currently has a showing at the Rose Gallery . I’m so there!

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Out Damn Embryonic Ear Worm

Last week, I was deleting an episode of Gilmore Girls that Tivo recorded for me. As I was deleting it, I noticed the episode title, “One’s Got Class and the Other One Dyes”. That struck a chord with me. It sounded so familiar that I thought maybe it was a pun on a song lyric […]

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How to Be a Curious Photographer offers some tips on getting creative with your photos.

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I took a drive up to Santa Barbara to check out their Monarch Butterfly Preserve. It’s kind of an interesting place. There were a lot of butterflies, but I was actually expecting more for some reason. More variety and just more butterflies flying around. It was nice though, and certainly worth checking out. There was […]

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Great Photographer

I really like Todd Hido’s Photography. The landscapes in particular are wonderful. I don’t like the portraits as much. He seems to make better photographs when the people are gone — or more to the point, present but not seen.

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Art on the Web

Artist, Nicole Maynard, creates a new work of art each week and displays it on the blog Art Weekly.

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There’s a Retrospective of Wolfgang Tillmans at the Hammer museum right now. I’m not as familiar with photographers as I’d like to be, but after seeing his image Chaos Cup I definitely want to go check this show out. And, if anybody knows of other photographers that are doing work similar to that, please let […]

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Amazon’s Secret Price Guarantee

I haven’t personally confirmed this, but according to Slate, if Amazon drops their price on an item you’ve purchased within the past 30 days, they’ll refund you the difference. Provided of course that you ask (and know who to ask).

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