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Well, almost summer. If it weren’t for the flowers, we wouldn’t recognize the arrival of the seasons. The weather has been fluctuating a lot lately and gradually settling on warmer days. Being a fair-weather photographer, I pick the days to take a walk or step out to the back yard. If the weather is not […]
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It seems as if I have known the name Ara Guler all my life, at least from my high school days. He was a well-known photographer going back to the 1950s in my memory. I have never met Ara Guler although I have seen him on several occasions. A scruffy looking Istanbulite with an eye […]
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In the previous post, I presented a photographer, Levon Biss whose special project involved tiny insects that yield gorgeous photographs. I will now go to the other extreme and present the work of John Eaton and his photographs of the medieval cathedrals of England. I first learned about John Eaton and his project when he […]
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A while back, I wrote a post What Is A Project and followed that with What Is A Commissioned Project. I will visit the idea once more with a couple of examples and introduce two new photographers whose work you will enjoy very much. The second post will bring a very different kind of project, […]
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Kept Light Photography by A. Cemal Ekin - 1M ago

I learned about Eudora Welty as the namesake of the old e-mail program I used to use, Eudora. Yes, it was named after her and her story titled Why I Live At The P. O. She wrote short stories and novels about life in the south, especially about Mississipi, her home state. Back in the […]
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Generally, when we take a photograph there is a single scene, one element; and, that is what we expect to see. There are, however, reasons to combine multiple photographs to produce one, more evocative image. This article was supposed to be a presentation I prepared for the Stony Brook Camera Club but due to an […]
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Yesterday morning Jim invited me to go down to Jamestown and we left around 10:30 AM. After the rain we had, the morning was a bit chilly and the water was foggy. As we drove over the Jamestown Bridge I could see the fog covering some parts of the vista and towards the end, as […]
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Andre Kertesz was one of the masters of photography yet he was curiously underappreciated until the near the end of his life. A New York Times article highlights an upcoming exhibit of his work from his window. You will see a mixture of abstracts, surrealist views, and all will have his emotional touch. Read more […]
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Kept Light Photography by A. Cemal Ekin - 3M ago

With a brief post, I alerted the subscribed visitors of the pending change to the site appearance and it is already done. I have been using the StudioPress Genesis framework with one of their child themes that essentially provides the external appearance. I wanted to change to a child theme that provided a little more […]
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In an effort to have a more visual presentation of the content on the site, I will be switching the theme currently in use. Instead of blocking access to the site during the switch, I have decided to do it on the live site. All the content should be available although the presentation may fluctuate […]
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