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Interesting Photography Exhibit in Washington, DC

 
Lost Fisherman
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02/06/2009 08:52 AM
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Interesting Photography Exhibit in Washington, DC
A dear friend of mine, Scott Speck, is presenting his first major photography exhibition entitled “Through a Pinhole” at Studio Gallery (www.studiogallerydc.com) in Washington, DC, from February 04 through February 28, 2009. It features sixteen of his best black/white pinhole photographs, all shot with either large format (4x5) or medium format (6cm) film using non-electronic wood/brass pinhole cameras.

There are three receptions at Studio Gallery during the exhibition, and he will be present at all of them: Friday, February 6th (6-8 PM); Sunday, February 22nd (1:30 – 4:30 PM); Saturday, February 28th (5-7 PM).

Also, general gallery hours at Studio Gallery are:


Wednesday and Thursday, 1 - 7pm
Friday, 1 - 8pm
Saturday, 1 - 6pm


He has displayed his work previously at the Artomatic Exhibit in DC. Feel free to view his online collection at www.scottspeck.com.

And, please post regarding what you think of his work. I think he has a unique and interesting perspective and medium.
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02/06/2009 09:14 AM
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Its beautiful work. More architectural than any real feeling involved...little connection to people. But that is good too where its needed. Capturing objects through a fish eye (or pinhole) as opposed to capturing moments in time is useful and can be equally inspiring. Is this spam?
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02/06/2009 10:08 AM
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Its beautiful work. More architectural than any real feeling involved...little connection to people. But that is good too where its needed. Capturing objects through a fish eye (or pinhole) as opposed to capturing moments in time is useful and can be equally inspiring. Is this spam?
 Quoting: Scully 594877

Not intended to be, just trying to help get a little more exposure (pun intended) for a friend's work.

Did you view Scott's work on line, or did you see it at Artomatic?
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Re: Interesting Photography Exhibit in Washington, DC
beautiful!

Reminds me of a book i am reading now,
The Pillars of The Earth. A story
about cathedral building.





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