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Toronto. Digital photographers – pro or amateur – use a camera with a digital sensor to capture images and a computer to save, adjust (develop), and print the images. In ‘film’ days, a ‘film’ camera used metal plates, glass plates, … Continue reading

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In the Wake of Progress

Toronto.  I first saw/heard about the work of Edward Burtynsky when his 2006 movie called, “Manufactured Landscapes” was shown that fall at TIFF. The film was introduced by its director, Jennifer Baichwal. Between a ticket mess-up and volunteers who were … Continue reading

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Anthropocene by Burtynsky today

Toronto. Until I saw Manufactured Landscapes at TIFF in September 2006, I had never heard or knew about Ed Burtynsky. His large format photographs were an eye-opener. I later saw one of his huge prints at the AGO during a … Continue reading

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Edward Burtynsky – Anthropocene

Toronto. I first learned about Ed Burtynsky and his large camera prints of how we are affecting the world when I saw Jennifer Baichwal’s  Manufactured Landscapes at TIFF in 2006. I did a post on Ed a decade later in … Continue reading

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The Long View – Ed Burtynsky – The New Yorker Magazine

Toronto. George Dunbar sends along this note about a recent New Yorker article on Toronto Photographer Ed Burtynsky: “A superb feature article about Canadian photographer, Edward Burtynsky, appears in the latest issue of the New Yorker magazine (Dec. 19 & … Continue reading

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