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    Re: The Most Beautiful Photography Book I've Ever Seen

    Quote Originally Posted by archphotofisher View Post
    Here is an interview with Jack Spencer

    https://charlierose.com/videos/29979?autoplay=true
    Thanks. Interesting and helpful.
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    Re: The Most Beautiful Photography Book I've Ever Seen

    Thanks. Helpful.
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    Re: The Most Beautiful Photography Book I've Ever Seen

    Two of my favorite images:
    - 5 Horses
    - Nebraska

    lots of other minimal scenes I like. and one of some grasses that has lovely curving lines with foreground and background and a road and hills... nice and golden!
    Sorry I have to return it to the library already, I will be trying to check it out again soon!
    ~nicholas
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    Re: The Most Beautiful Photography Book I've Ever Seen

    He's been featured twice on Lenscratch. As to whether he shoots film or digital, I think this quote should answer that question:

    His precisely crafted prints are the result of an exceptional vision, original darkroom technique and an extraordinary sense of story.
    "Never try to teach a pig to sing. It wastes your time and annoys the pig."

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    Re: The Most Beautiful Photography Book I've Ever Seen

    Quote Originally Posted by Randy View Post
    Just looking at a few of the images, they look like some stuff I have done in Photoshop - like the Polaroid 55 border and other textured borders to make it look almost like a print from an old glass plate negative - I have done that in PS, but don't know if that is what he has employed, but from what I have seen I would guess heavily manipulated digital images...just a guess.
    See my previous post on this thread.
    "Never try to teach a pig to sing. It wastes your time and annoys the pig."

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    Re: The Most Beautiful Photography Book I've Ever Seen

    Quote Originally Posted by seezee View Post
    As to whether he shoots film or digital, I think this quote should answer that question:
    haha!

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