Posts tagged: Preservation

Print is “Slow Food”

David Haueter
 Sep 13, 2012

The inaugural Luminance conference, a show put on by PhotoShelter, was held in New York City, this week on September 12-13 at the Performing Arts Center at the Borough of Manhattan Community College in Tribeca. The conference had a good crowd on the day I was there and featured interesting speakers that touched on a variety of photography-related subjects. Topics covered on the first day included the increased skepticism of digital photography due to the popularity of advanced image editing tools at our disposal today (presentation by Kevin Connor from Fourandsix Technologies, Inc), photo retouching (presented by leading retoucher Amy Dresser) and social photography (with presentations by Facebook’s Cory West and Hipstamatic’s Lucas Buick).

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100,000 Photos and Counting

Ed Lee
 Aug 30, 2012

Japanese Tea Garden San Francisco (August 1999, Kodak DC210 Zoom camera, 0.3 MP)

Earlier this summer I captured my 100,000th digital photograph. In 1999 when I saved my first digital photo I would never had thought that over the next 13 years I would amass such a large collection of photos. Back in 1999, that number would have been almost unimaginable. To get to 100,000 film images would have required shooting about 2,800 — 4,200 rolls of 36 or 24 exposure film. At a cost of around $15 per roll for film and processing I would have spent $42,000 – $60,000 to accomplish this. These numbers are staggering.

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