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Photography

Arleen Thaler

Air Date: 
Jan 13, 2017

Some of the most vulnerable and neglected people in our region, have found an ally and a friend in Rochester photographer Arleen Thaler. Armed with her favorite camera, which she requested from her husband rather than a wedding ring, she documents the lives of those often overlooked and misunderstood. As we’ll learn in this story from WXXI’s Need to Know, this labor of love project isn’t about the photographer, but about getting a community to confront injustices in plain sight. Aired 1/13/17

 

Digital Photography

Air Date: 
Jun 17, 2016

The George Eastman Museum has opened a new exhibit, Photography and America's National Parks, this exhibit features images captured in various photographic styles, from Daguerreotype to Digital. So for the month of June we presented a series of videos produced by the museum that explain some of these photographic processes. Tonight we have our final installment in the series, this time we about Digital photography. You may think you know it's history, but my guess is that you're about to learn some things that you may not have known. Aired 6/3/16.

Platinum Print

Air Date: 
Jun 10, 2016

The George Eastman Museum has opened a new exhibit, Photography and America's National Parks, this exhibit features images captured in various photographic styles, from Daguerreotype to Digital. So for the month of June we presented a series of videos produced by the museum that explain some of these photographic processes. Well, tonight we have our third installment, this time we discuss the Platinum print. Take a look. Aired 6/10/16.

Albumen Print

Air Date: 
Jun 03, 2016

The George Eastman Museum has opened a new exhibit, Photography and America's National Parks, this exhibit features images captured in various photographic styles, from Daguerreotype to Digital. So for the month of June we presented a series of videos produced by the museum that explain some of these photographic processes. Tonight we have our second installment in the series, this time we discuss the Albumen print. Aired 6/3/16.

Daguerreotype

Air Date: 
May 27, 2016

For the next four weeks we will be airing a series of videos produced by the George Eastman Museum that explain various photographic processes. The George Eastman Museum has unveiled a new exhibit called Photography and America's National Parks - this exhibit features images captured in various photographic styles, from Daguerreotype to Digital. Our first installment touches on the earliest form of photography, the Daguerreotype. Aired 5/27/16. 

Positive Exposure

Air Date: 
Oct 02, 2015

Rick Guidotti has had a career that's taken him from New York City to Milan and now to Rochester. As a fashion photographer he photographed high fashion models. He's now focused his lens on highlighting the beauty in all of us. Through his organization, Positive Exposure, Rick spends his time photographing people with genetic differences. In preparation for it's thirtieth anniversary celebration, The Golisano Foundation brought Rick to the George Eastman House to photograph twenty individuals here in Rochester. We were fortunate to be there to document the process, here's a look.

Richard Margolis

Air Date: 
May 08, 2015

Film or digital? For most of us, digital photography is all we know anymore. But you would be mistaken if you thought film was dead. One look at the work of local photographer Richard Margolis and you'll quickly notice a level of detail that's hard to achieve using modern technology. We visited Richard in his Anderson Alley studio to talk about large format film photography. Take a look. Aired 5/8/15.

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