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Who are you? Who, who, who, who?

Archivists, newspapers, historians, researchers, genealogists, regular folks – we all rely on accurate captions to add to the information provided by an image itself. And sometimes, we could use a helping hand. Now, these days it’s easy to caption images from a portrait session – you’re dealing with one to a few people. It’s easy […]

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A Rest, and Feast, for the Eyes

Animal Locomotion; Plate 187, Dancing (Fancy); Rare Books Department, BPL, from 20×200.com   Sometimes when you shoot a lot, it’s not just your wrist that that gets tired from holding a heavy camera with a long lens. Sometimes your eyes get tired, too. 20×200, which bills itself as a site for “Great Artists. Affordable Prices,” […]

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When Harry Met Eleanor

She was 17; he was 21. They were married 63 years, “And they were, I’d say, all nice ones,” Mrs. Callahan said. “We never had any real fights.” The Harry Callahan retrospective at the National Gallery of Art, which includes several of his iconic photographs with wife as muse, takes on a new poignancy in […]

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