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    David,
    You and Michael Smith have something in common - You can both put "yearbook photographer/photography editor" on your resumes and, at the same school, to boot.

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    Yep. Actually, the time I photographed everyone it was for an upcoming trustees' meeting. They wanted to be able to put names with faces, so I printed up a set of wallet sized photos for each of the trustees.
    flickr--http://www.flickr.com/photos/davidagoldfarb/
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    Academic (Slavic and Comparative Literature)--http://www.davidagoldfarb.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
    Here's a scan of the folio I mentioned above (470Kb)--

    http://www.echonyc.com/~goldfarb/temp/DS2004Foliosm.jpg
    David, I'm slow getting back to this thread but I like the way your images resonate with Michael's. Looking through the book again I think my two favorite images are the environmental portraits of Owen Gjertsen and John-Henry Behrens. Although I'm fond of all the images I think these two are particularly awesome.

    Cheers,

    James

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    Quote Originally Posted by c6h6o3
    Michael swears that the reproductions in that book rival the original prints in quality. I find that really hard to believe. I've never seen any of the originals from Students of Deep Springs College, but I have had the opportunity to compare some of Paula's prints to their simulacra in her book Natural Connections. There's no comparison. I'll bet those Students...prints are really something.
    I would say that the Deep Springs does come very, very close to matching the original prints. Paula's first book, NC was made in 1994, and was printed by Gardner Lithographic, the best that could be done at the time. It does not match the prints. But, DSC was the first of the Lodima books to be printed by Salto in Belgium @ 600 line screen quadtone. The owner of Salto is as fanatical about his reproductions as M+P are about thier prints. That is why the print with him.

    Of course no reproductions will have the presence of a finely crafted photograph. That is why a photograph remains so much more valuable than the best of all reproductions.

    As a side note, when ever I wrap an order for a Deep Springs book I take a few seconds each time to look at the picture on the back cover. I grew up visiting the Owen's Valley, and that picture brings very good feelings everytime I see it.

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    Regarding the Deep Springs darkroom: I built it when I taught there in teh fall of 1995.

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