Who would you like to see published?

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  1. JBrunner

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    Just trying to expand my horizons. I know I have my favorites, but I'm curious about others. I'll list my favorites after others have had a chance to respond.

    Which APUG members work would you like to see published in a magazine or book, as an example of the traditional or alt process of the craft, and why? Or an article on their technical or aesthetic? Please explain- don't just say "JD Callow!!"

    Please add a link to their gallery, portfolio, or web site.

    (oh..You can't nominate your self :smile:)
     
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    Jersey Vic! His work, and lith printing have been gorgeous lately.
     
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    guillaume zuili-- his urban landsapes -- paris, la, nyc ... -- are killer.
     
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    I'd like to have a book with Kerik, prifti and others that do wet plate......
     
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    i'd go with kerik and prifti, some of their images are magical, can only imagine what they look like in the flesh.
     
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    John Simmons - I've been admiring his recent work with the Ikon and the slight diffusion he's using. It's quite different than what I've seen from his MF (I like that too) and is printed in an expert fashion. There's an almost magical quality about them. Take a look at his Spaceman, Butterflies, Dreamcar, Hanging Fish etc....

    John's APUG Gallery
     
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    What an excellent idea. I haven't got a suggestion yet (I'll have to think about that), only a request: could people add a link to the person's APUG gallery or web site? Thanks, Ian.
     
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    Too many to name, so I won't even try.
     
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    I was thinking about this a little more today and realized I'd forgotten John Nanian. I would love to have a book of his images printed along with his short writings. I always look forward to seeing them in the gallery and having them in hand would be even better.

    John Nanian
     
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    Prifti, Gandolfi, Daniel Lin, Thomassauerwein

    Three because of their excellent work with human beans and that lone alchemist roaming the wilds of Indiana and marvelously capturing the light therein.
     
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    Daniel Lin
    Kerik
    Davec101 (I believe he has been)
     
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    S A M P O R T E R A !!!
     
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    Sportera's New Orleans shots would make a good book. But maybe it already is?
     
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    Sam did a self produced LULU book but it deserves to be better.
     
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    I value the diversity of work I see from APUG members. I'd like to see, if anything, a book or magazine with many apuggers contributing. FAR too many to mention, or select a few.

    I have my personal favourites, from what I've seen here in titchy digital form, as do we all, as preference is highly subjective. Although it is very difficult to come up with even a small group that I like best. But they are not necessarily those mentioned. And not necessarily not those mentioned. And I'm not going to mention them.
     
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    John Simmons and Daniel Lin, their work is consistantly fantastic.
     
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    after a good, or not-so-good night sleep
    i have realized that there are quite a few
    people i would love to see published,
    and unfortunately, if i try to list them all,
    i KNOW i will miss people, and have to keep
    coming back to this thread, and updating and updating and so on ...

    so ... that being said, i'll just say " a whole bunch of'em"
    cause they put fire under my feet, and open my mind to
    remind me what making photographs is all about.

    (hoping this isn't a touchy-feely-PC-cop-out)

    thanks!
    john
     
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