Discussion in 'Photographers' started by Sloth, Jan 7, 2011.
Welcome to APUG Mr. Sloth, and a great first post. I did read about her somewhere shortly after the pictures were found, and am glad to know they are seeing the light of day. I hope the young fellow who found them is making enough out of it to keep at it.
Holy shit, that is some astonishing work. 100,000 negs, I've never even shot that much digital in my life.
That was great! Love the Rolleiflex.
It's an amazing volume of work. I've heard that those two guys are planning on a full lrnth documentery film about her. It also gives me hope that after I'm gone, some of my work might be worth something.
I think we've had one or two threads about her in the past, but recently there's been some fresh publicity due to a show of her work in Chicago. I hope they can get it together to do a nice book of her work, it really is first-class and amazing to think it was really hidden for so long.
I just hope that bucket of undeveloped film doesn't include any kodachrome... I think I saw some boxes that looked like they had those colors...
Thanks so much for sharing!
Also featured on NY Times this morning.
Wow that really is some great stuff!! Thank you for sharing the link. I too hope they will publish a decent book. Might i say it's a shame some of these will likely never be optically printed though.
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