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    Check out Christopher Anderson’s project Son (via Youngna)!

    Excerpt from his LOOK3 workshop description:

    The importance of the INDIVIDUAL as a photographer, his or her history, experiences and background are all integral to how the photographer sees.
    Through critiquing, photographing, editing and sequencing, we will explore the path to your vision as an author. Together, we will build on defining your photographic voice in ways that push beyond the boundaries of single image making. We will concentrate on emotion and narrative rather than the mechanics of pretty pictures. It is my hope that you come away from this workshop changed in how you view your own photography and with a clearer understanding of who you are as an author.

    On a somewhat related note watch this:

    Girl Walk // All Day from jacob krupnick on Vimeo.

    (via The Jackanory).

    Same same but different pt. 3

    Kuching, Malaysia, October 2010

    Georgetown, Malaysia, March 2011

    Two barren plants. In case you can’t see it on your screen: Those are paper flowers tied to the twigs.

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