A phonebook is a collection of data that encapsulates a specific place at a specific time. It’s a complete historical record, a city in book form. Rochester 585/716 wonders whether a photo book can be the same.
With the ostentatious pavilions gleaming during the day, and the fountains and futuristic statuary illuminated at night, the World’s Fairs in New York were a photographer’s dream.
Ever since the invention of photography, we’ve been deeply fascinated by cameras and the images they produce.
In her series Kodak City, Catherine Leutenegger documents the photographic giant’s now-dilapidated headquarters using the same medium that Kodak made accessible to millions around the world.
The world of photography is changing fast. Here are some recent highlights … Kodak stops the camera biz, Flickr will upgrade, Gizmodo gets the exclusive about Instagram and Pinterest keeps growing …