Monthly Archives: March 2016

The Pose

Reading Susanne Holschbach’s’s essay The Pose: Its Troubles and Pleasures in Street and Studio (1) began a chain of thought about the evolution of the pose in portrait photography. In the nineteenth century photographic practices, especially in portraiture, were a continuation of the, … Continue reading

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Julian Germain: Every Minute and Classroom Portraits

For Every Minute You Are Angry You Lose Sixty Seconds of Happiness I reviewed Julian Germain’s For Every Minute You Are Angry You Lose Sixty Seconds of Happiness (1) in August 2014 (here) when researching narrative for TAoP but as it has been identified as a reference point … Continue reading

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