#270: The Luster Dulls Over Time

© Lilian Day Thorpe

This week, we’re talking about inherited meaning, specifically related to last week’s discussion around using tintype to capture older blues musicians and how that process seemed to “fit” the subject matter. Does the process give the photographs more meaning? Is the fact that they are actual tintypes “better” than if a similar effect had been achieved with a preset or a filter? Also, a terrific story about a husband and wife, their Hasselblad, and the Moon. Lilian Day Thorpe is our Photographer of the Week.

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Forget digital. Film is still king when photographing the American landscape. – British Journal of Photography

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Art Gallery Closures Grow for Small and Midsize Dealers – The New York Times

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