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Photogs / Photo Exhibits This is the place to discuss a particular Photographer (work, style, life, whatever), as well as to post Gallery and Museum Photo Exhibitions and your own impressions of them. As we march on in this new digital world, it is often too easy to forget about the visual importance of the photographic print, as well as their financial importance to the photographer. It is also interesting to remember that some guy named Gene Smith shot with lenses that many lens test reading "never had a picture published in their life" amateurs would turn up their their noses at, as being "unacceptable."

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William Christenberry RIP...
Old 11-30-2016   #1
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William Christenberry RIP...

Check Out Our Redesigned Website! http://www.directiononeinc.com

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'Mapping the West' - Named as one of the Best Photo Exhibits of 2016 by the Washington City Paper: https://www.flickr.com/photos/direction-one-inc/sets/72157635064297991/
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Sad news. But he has been ill with Alzheimers for some time now. At least he is at peace from this awful disease.
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Thanks for the article, I do something similar in my town. Also, I enjoyed your website. The Architecture section is impressive.
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Thanks for the link.
Sad news for all photographers. I've been following his work since I first saw some of those little Brownie images at the Newport Harbor Art Museum back in the mid seventies.
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