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Thread: Jerry Uelsmann

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    Might be worth altering the title to reflect the correct spelling of his name. Initially I hadn't realised it was about Jerry Uelsmann and skipped over it.

    Of course I might be the only one to not instantly recognise whom the title was a reference to. His ability was truly amazing

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    good point, but how to change the spelling after the fact.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ann View Post
    good point, but how to change the spelling after the fact.
    I "reported" the title change request to the moderators for you
    Matt

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    thanks Matt
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    Thanks for posting this thread Ann. I've been a long time admirer of Jerry Uelsmann's work and i think it's time some of the digital brigade realised just what had already been done with film for many years. Photoshop doesn't realy add much that's new.

    He certainly inspired me although for some reason I left most if not all of my experimental work behing in 1986, however I did quite a bit of multiple printing commercially in the ten years before that although not as complex as Uelsmann's.

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    I went to a lecture he gave at the Portland (Maine) Museum of Art about 20 years ago. It was a great lecture, he's a very down to earth guy.

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    Nice post .

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    I was at the Museum of Photography, Seoul (South Korea) a fortnight ago, and they featured Jerry Uelsmann's exhibition. Some stellar darkroom skills there.

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    He had an exhibition at point light in Sydney a month or so back. Coming up in a couple of weeks is Michael Kenna.

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    The man was certainly the Master of the Darkroom. I've admired his work since the late 50's. Thanks for the link.
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