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    Quote Originally Posted by mhv View Post
    David, are you familiar with the brothers Quay? They adapted Schulz's story into a stop-motion movie (their medium)
    http://www.zeitgeistfilms.com/film.p...etofcrocodiles
    Yes, of course. They are supposedly working on another film connected to Schulz, but I've heard this more than once, and I don't know if it is true.

    Another great film based on Schulz is Wojciech Has's _Sanatorium under the Sign of the Hourglass_. Has is most known for _The Saragossa Manuscript_, which was made famous in the US in part by Jerry Garcia.
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    Published recently in B and W magazine June issue which just came out.

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    my turn!

    Ok, since I started this thread, I might as well add my humble entry.

    My father is actually who published a book of stories lately, but he happened to have an artist as a son and to make use for some of the skills he payed for dearly, he decided to use some of my photographs.
    He insisted to have his glorious portrait on the front cover, a picture of the sea at the back cover and he was delighted by my choice for the flap picture.
    My mother didn't approve of the latter.
    I am sure some will recognize them.
    Some people actually had nice things to say about my photos, imagine that!
    I even got some empty promises and hollow interest for professional projects.
    Oh, well.
    Maybe next book.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Book1.jpg   Book2.jpg   Book3.jpg  
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    no digital additives and shit




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    Last month's Classic Van and PickUp magazine.
    Single pager on Beaulieu Autojumble.

    Steve

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    nasa.gov and some brochure type things.... all for digital images!

    i bind my own hand made artist books..! i have lots of them
    "Where is beauty? Where I must will with my whole Will; where I will love and perish, that an image may not remain merely an image."

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    I assume that to be a published member doesn't require that your published works be photographs. That part of my career is in the past.

    Does it matter if the published works are on a legitimate Web site? By that I mean a site by a respected publisher.

    I retired two weeks ago, and photography remains my hobby. However, my published works go on.

    The Pulitzer Prize-winning Toledo Blade, from where I retired, has added me as a writer of a blog/column appearing regularly on its Web site toledoblade.com. My smiling face appears on the first page of the site. I can still take photos and add them to my postings as I choose.

    It gives me something to do in retirement for a few hours each week. I have the freedom to write on just about any topic I want.

    And it helps keep me off the streets and out of the pool halls.

    Check out the first couple blogs on toledoblade.com. Comment, critique or complain about them if you'd like. There's a link to respond directly to me at the bottom of each blog post.

    Ken Rosenbaum

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosey View Post
    I assume that to be a published member doesn't require that your published works be photographs.
    The thread is really about published work related to photography. Not just photographs, but any articles and opinion on photography.

    Btw, give my regards to Klinger.
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    I have a portfolio featured in this month's (April/May) issue of a magazine called, "VISIONS- Art & Photography" which is only available at Chapter's across Canada. The publisher lives on the island. Vancouver Island that is.
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    1993, 2003, 2004 Providence Business News
    ( published every week )

    Eastside Monthly / Providence Monthly 2004

    Institutional Investor

    Shell Oil Company "Spectacular" Sign
    187 Magazine Street
    Landmark Designation Report




    i'll have some photographs published in a Cranston Herald (very soon),
    and hopefully that book with all those "world records"
    (it's the world's largest meatball).


    john
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    Quote Originally Posted by FilmSprocket View Post
    ....Been working on a book (just the photography) for the last year and a half. The book should be out next summer. It's about the history of a local farm area near Ann Arbor.

    Everything was, and continues to be, shot with film only.

    Marc
    Well, the above message was from last December 23rd and the book is still not completed yet, but, the cover has been decided on: http://www.press.umich.edu/titleDetailDesc.do?id=361228 . All the photos on the cover are mine, save for the sunflowers.

    I wish they had a larger image to show. I think my name isn't mentioned here yet because although I shot 70% (150-200) of the photos for this book, they'd have to mention the other photographers, too. However, they don't know who the photographers are for some of the pics, so, to make it simple (I guess) there are no photographer's names credited yet. All I know is, the writer fought to get the designer to enter a photo credit under each and every image (if known). That's better than just a listing at the end of the book, with no credits under the images themselves.

    Anyway, the book should be out in September.

    Marc



 

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