A Book Cover, Starry Night, and the VoxPhotographs blog

I was very pleased to learn that my image was selected for the catalog cover for the upcoming exhibition at the PhotoPlace Gallery in Vermont. You can order the catalog here (and browse through all the images) and you can find out more about the upcoming “Four Seasons” exhibition here. I sprung for the hardcover, of course!

On Friday I published a guest article on the VoxPhotographs blog on selecting a paper for fine art printing. Please check it out if you missed it (and bookmark that blog, too, as it has become one of the go-to sites for the Maine fine art photography community). Thank you to Heather Frederic for the platform as well.

Lastly, I’d like to link to something on the Web that I found. Petros Vrellis created an animation of Van Gogh’s Starry Night (perhaps my favorite painting) that is very cool on its own, but the animation is interactive – users can use their fingers to change the flow of stars, etc. Alas, the video itself isn’t interactive but it does show how the interaction works – I’d love to see a commercially-available version of this. It would make a great iPad app if it has the necessary computational horsepower to perform all the calculations.

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