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  1. Pop-Up Magazine is rolling back to the Warner Theater with its Fall Issue on September 25, 2018. If you have never heard of this or seen it before you can read more about it here: "Pop-Up Magazine Productions Brings You Original, True Stories, for Your Nights and Weekends" on popupmagazine.com I have been twice before and each time there were some memorable performances. There are plenty of tickets available at the moment, but if history is any guide the orchestra will mostly fill in (and much of the balcony as well) by the date of the performance. Expect the unexpected and rememb
  2. I just watched this episode of the Dick van Dyke show, probably for the first time in thirty years. In it, Rob Petrie mentions Mathew Brady, and I'm saying to myself, 'Who in the heck is Mathew Brady?!' Well, Mathew Brady is perhaps the photographer whose work you've seen more than any other in your entire life! Every time you pull out a penny, or a five-dollar bill, you're looking at a Mathew Brady. Who knew?
  3. I only just learned of this exhibit via an article in today's Washington Post. I recall the day and the TV coverage of the slow mournful movement of this train carry the slain Robert Kennedy from a service in NYC to Washington DC where he was laid to rest in Arlington Cemetery next to his brother. It was painfully breathtaking. Millions lined the train tracks from NY to DC all along the route, in every state and small hamlet. The scenes were haunting. It was a spontaneous response from people of all walks of life. The exhibit is running currently and through June 10 at San Francisc
  4. Opening this week, "She Who Tells a Story - Women Photographers from Iran and the Arab World" is a timely exhibition featuring "more than 80 photographs challenging stereotypes surrounding the people, landscapes, and cultures of Iran and the Arab world." Artists include Shirin Neshat (who just had a large solo exhibit at the Hirshhorn), Lalla Essaydi (and her triptych Bullets Revisited #3), and featuring works from Boushra Almutawakel's The Hijab Series. The Washington Post calls it a "landmark exhibit": "Female Photographers Tell Important Stories in Landmark Exhibition" by Ro
  5. We (The Happy Tart) are updating our website and need professional food photos taken of our products. I have googled and found some work I like - but any referrals would be greatly appreciated! Rachel
  6. For those of you who know and love Paris, or photography, please consider visiting Charles Marville: Photographer of Paris at the National Gallery. The exhibition closes this Sunday, January 5. Though not a household name, Marville was an extraordinary photographer working at an extraordinary moment. Hired to document the ancient streets of Paris before their demolition in the 1860s , he left a riveting and haunting record of a city on the cusp of modernity, looking both forward and backward at once. As you can see from the attached, his prints are glorious and place him squarely in the pan
  7. "Photographic Series Showing What 200 Calories Looks Like In Different Foods" on artfido.com These pictures really do speak 1,000 words - this is a very visceral presentation, and the picture of the butter just makes me want to cry.
  8. Looking to buy a new digital camera with at least 30x optical zoom. Consumer Research recommends Canon Powershot SX40 HS. I'm looking to spend around $400. Any thoughts on the Canon or other cameras? Going to Ireland later this year. I want to be able to photograph those elusive leprechauns, unicorns, and find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
  9. An article in the New York Times about photographing food in restaurants. I know this has been a hot topic of debate before, especially with the hot new topic "Where Did I Dine?" that's popped up over the past few days, but it brought up a couple alternatives that I've never even thought of. What really caught my eye was in the first few paragraphs: When it comes to people taking photographs of their meals, the chef David Bouley has seen it all. There are the foreign tourists who, despite their big cameras, tend to be very discreet. There are those who use a flash and annoy everyone around th
  10. First and foremost, let me start off by saying that I hate having my picture taken. During the wedding planning process it was one of the things I dreaded the most...the idea of someone sticking a camera in my face for basically an entire day sounded miserable. Then we met Kelsey. Kelsey had done the wedding photography for two couples that my wife and I are very close with so we knew the end product would be fantastic, however, sitting in her Alexandria studio (attached to her house) I found myself thinking "This is someone I'd like to have at my wedding regardless of if she's a vendor or
  11. It's never too late. My good friend (and long-time dr.com member) Charley Geer owns Chas Geer Photography, and is one of the finest photographers in the area. I've known Charley and his wife Shirley for many years, and we've shared many glassesbottles of wine together. He was a regular in our old tasting group, and let me tell you about how we met. We were both active on an internet wine board - I can't remember which one - back in the mid 90s, and having noticed we both lived in Northern Virginia, we naturally began emailing behind the scenes. Charley was just getting into wines at the tim
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