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ILFORD Interview: Photographer and Educator Chris Orwig
Brooks Institute faculty member Chris Orwig talks with Brenda Hipsher about the value of photography education and the importance of the print.
Jeff Curto Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: Charles Dodgeson
Jeff Curto discusses 19th century photographer Charles Dodgeson, better known by his pen name of Lewis Carroll.
Jeff Curto Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: The Atomic Age and New Frontiers
Jeff Curto looks at the changes that photography experienced during the atomic age through an examination of the cultural, political, and artistic climate of the middle of the 20th century.
ILFORD Interview: Photographer and Educator Chris Orwig
Brooks Institute faculty member Chris Orwig talks with Brenda Hipsher about the value of photography education and the importance of the print.
Jeff Curto Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: The Camera in the Cathedral: A Brief History of Photography of the Natural World
Jeff Curto discusses approaches to recording and interpreting the natural world in 19th, 20th, and 21st century photography.
Jeff Curto Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: Photography and Painting
Jeff Curto discusses the interactive relationship that painting and photography have had for 170 years. He looks at how painting influenced photography and vice-versa, and how what photographs “look like” influence our understanding of what they are.
Jeff Curto Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: Lewis Carroll, Photographer
Jeff Curto discusses the 19th century photographer Charles Dodgeson, better known as Lewis Carroll.
Jeff Curto Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: Alfred Stieglitz and the Photo Secession
Jeff Curto discusses one of the most influential photographers and promoters of photography of the 20th century, Alfred Stieglitz. He examines why what Stieglitz did and what he said were often two different things, as well as the group of photographers and other artists he gathered around him.
Jeff Curto Jeff Curto's Photo History Podcast: Light and Likeness: Portrait Photography
Jeff Curto takes a conceptual approach to the history of photography, looking at 19th, 20th, and some 21st century portraits to discuss what makes a good portrait photograph. He also attempts to draw parallels with the words and ideas of the Transcendentalist thinkers and writers Emerson and Thoreau.

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