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Personal Photography in Three Acts

Act I: Nostalgia and Photo-Technology When I was a child, I had this great pink camera. It required film and had a fixed lens. Most of the time, if I was trying to shoot something at least 5-10 feet away from me, it came out okay. I was always puzzled–understanding nothing about how cameras work–when […]

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Copyright & the Internet Age: Part 1

When I laid out a plan for what kind of blog this would be, I envisioned one of the categories being poetry discussion and analysis. When planning my post on Mary Oliver’s poem “Wild Geese,” I found myself wondering how much of a poem I am legally allowed to quote and analyse. In my research, […]

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