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David R Munson

Experimenting with Handheld Multiple Exposures

Today, looking at an experiment done with multiple exposures back in Chicago. Archives are curious things, especially if you have the sort of relationship with them I do. I never stop making photographs, but finishing them is another story. A lot of images get lost to the passage of time,

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Simplifying to a Single Paid Tier for Now

For the time being, while I figure out what I’m doing here on Patreon and build some value for patrons, I’m simplifying to a single, purely optional paid tier. In the future, I may expand tier options, but for now I’m just not clear enough yet on what shape this

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Equalizing: Community as Antidote to Creative Vacuum

Equalizing: Community as Antidote to Creative Vacuum

Artists sometimes find themselves creating in a vacuum. Perhaps precipitated by a move to a new place, or maybe just a fact of life for new or isolated artists who haven’t found their community yet. But there’s another sort of vacuum in which many artists exist: the self-imposed vacuum. For

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A small shrine in the mist at the summit of Mt Mitake, Tokyo

On Mitake-san

A weekend spent on Mitake-san, a sacred mountain in western Tokyo, proves once again that there’s no such thing as bad weather.​

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An honest attempt at a new start

Years ago, I had a photography blog. Creating it seemed like the logical thing to do. After all, I liked writing and was obsessed with photography, And I was working as a photographer and a freelance photo assistant. Lots of other people were finding success blogging about photography, and seeing

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