Here is New York – A Democracy of Photographs (photo #5906)
New York, NY & Traveling – 2001
Photo Review Competition – 1990
Juror: George Tice
Awarded Second Place Garage Doors, Paterson, NJ
The Book of Days – 1990
Traveling Exhibit Whaler's Cove, Pt. Lobos, CA
The Newark Star Ledger
Newark, NJ – October 8, 1989
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The New York Times
New York, NY – September 17, 1989
Photos from 'Seasons of Life', by Vivien Raynor
"There are plenty of landscapes, but none more striking or ambiguous than Richard Coda's view of two trees close together in snow..."
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The Newark Star Ledger
Newark, NJ – June 4, 1989
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B&W (USA) Magazine, issue 14, August 2001, published a letter to the editor of mine which they titled, "Could The Internet Make The Conventional Gallery Obselete"?
It was a gutsy move, I thought, for the editor to publish the letter at all considering how many BIG NAME galleries purchase ad space in B&W.
Note to self: Turn your negatives into positives.
Yes you should, I`d love to see your work in print.
Originally Posted by Cheryl Jacobs
What I`d really like , is to see your actual prints, but I haven`t seen you announce any shows in Norway
-Digital is nice but film is like having sex with light-
My stuff's been published all over the place. From Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone and Penthouse (portrait of a guy with his cloths on. True), to Boys' Life, Car & Drive, and Family Fun.
You can see tear sheets on my "Commissions" page on my web site.
Cover of a bluegrass CD in 2003. I'll bet by now the CD has sold in the tens.
If I had been present at the creation, I would have given some useful hints for the better arrangement of the Universe.
Alfonso the Wise, 1221-1284
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So far, my only published images have been on CDs too.
Originally Posted by johnnywalker
"People who say things won't work are a dime a dozen. People who figure out how to make things work are worth a fortune" - Dave Rat.
A few dozens of articles in Photographos magazine (mainly on darkroom technique, but some on historic processes and product reviews), a portfolio in Eidolo magazine (plus one in the new issue, about traditional printing techniques) and one book (history of 20th century photography - or something). I've been the editor (and had written a couple of articles) in the mag the school I worked in published for a while.
My pro pictures have been published in various architecture mags.
I have also written a few articles in local papers, mostly about animals
FotoPlus Magazine (Portugal) May 2005 issue.
I wrote an article for the first issue of Emulsion and a second will be in issue #3.
Digital is best taken with a grain of silver.
My self-published post-card book (shot on film and edited on PS) is:
It's been out in the Japanese book market since 2005.