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Heavenly Vaults: The Cathedral Photography of David Stephenson

Photographer David Stephenson was born in 1955 and received an MFA at the University of New Mexico. Stephenson has had solo exhibitions at the National Gallery of Victoria, the Cleveland Museum of Art, and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. His work is represented in collections including, the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris, the National Gallery … Continue reading

Was this the first Kodak moment? An Amateur Snapshot of Kodak’s Early Days

Was this the first Kodak moment? A toddler poses for the camera, thumb in mouth, right ankle twisted in a moment of childhood sheepishness. The scene was captured on a Kodak Graflex by L. L. Martin of New Orleans. In July 1929, it was a moment worth a whopping $2,500. From The New York Times, … Continue reading

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