#174: A Reality Distortion Field of Pixels

#173: Where Do You Put the Chisel?

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This week, inspired by a recent NPR story, we talk about the idea of art as an experience, where the mechanics of viewing objects become almost more important than the objects themselves. We also discuss some of the opportunities that young people have today, with regard to the viewing and sharing of their experiences, that we simply didn’t have when we were growing up. Plus, with so many cameras on the market, how do you recommend one to a friend who just wants to take good pictures? Lee Friedlander is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #UpsideDown

People Love Art Museums — But Has The Art Itself Become Irrelevant? : NPR

I Bought a Fake Nikon DSLR: My Experience with Gray Market Imports

Kodak’s First Digital Moment – The New York Times

HDR Photography Is for Everyone – PC Mag

Lee Friedlander – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lee Friedlander | MoMA

Lee Friedlander | Fraenkel Gallery

Giant Steps — The Jazz Pianist Fred Hersch – NYTimes.com

#172: Creative Fiefdoms

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This week, on our first all east coast edition of the show, we’re taking a stab at answering some of your questions. You have asked some really great questions this time around – around process, gear, where we think art is going, even asking about some of our favorite things. Anuar Patjane is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #Favoritethings

Q&A@F+B No. 5: Bill Wadman – Faded & Blurred

The Trip

Mobile Photography | Enlight App

KAGE COLLECTIVE

Anuar Patjane Photography

Winners of the 2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest – The Atlantic

Bill’s Interview with Ibarionex Perello of “The Candid Frame”

#171: Big Subterranean Factor

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This week, we talk about the temporal nature of the things we make. Should they be preserved for the future or allowed to decay to a natural end, whatever that means? We also discuss transitions and how making the decision to leap can come from a variety of sources and happen for a variety of reasons, not the least of which is fear. Plus, an interesting looking trailer has emerged for a new biopic of Eadweard Muybridge. Lorena Lohr is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #parkinglot

Floating Stone Productions :: TheCardboardBernini

James Grashow – Sculptor, Woodcutter, Mixed-Media Artist

Beauty is Embarrassing

Find The Thing You’re Most Passionate About, Then Do It On Nights And Weekends For The Rest Of Your Life – The Onion – America’s Finest News Source

Wyatt Neumann Has Passed Away | Complex

Wyatt Neumann Family Fund | Fundly
Dave Ortiz

RESONATORS – Shoot|Photographers Agent London | Shoot|Photographers Agent London

Tim Lewis – Crit Wall

Eadweard – Trailer | HD – YouTube

Lorena Lohr

Lorena Lohr, explorer of all things wild | sleek mag

#170: We All Want To Be Steve McCurry