Tuesday, January 06, 2009

James Whitlow Delano - From the "Train of Death" to the "Wall of Shame"

James Whitlow Delano - From the "Train of Death" to the "Wall of Shame" (Digital Journalist, January 2009). "...Much has been made of the perils undocumented workers face crossing the southern border of the United States in search of work and a better life. For Central Americans, the U.S. border marks the end of one of the longest, most treacherous migrations on the planet. Still there has been a rise of 50 percent of undocumented Central Americans from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras living in the U.S. since 2000."

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Blogger Bem said...

From Boing Boing - http://boingboing.net

Ralph Cooksey-Talbott is a landscape photographer who studied under Ansel Adams in Yosemite in the 1970's. Ansel published one of his photographs in the portfolio section of his book "Polaroid Technique Manual." Ansel and Orah Moore, another of Ansel’s students, suggested that he shorten his name to Cooksey-Talbott, and that's the name he's worked under ever since.

Cooksey is currently doing vertical panoramic photography that is reminiscent in composition to monumental Asian landscape ink-on-silk paintings. He calls them Vertoramas and I think they are exceptionally beautiful. Besides selling prints, Cooksey provides many of his images as free desktop pictures (here's some zipped sets or just check for a Free Desktop link across the top when you're browsing his galleries). And he's also put up a lot of informative tutorial articles and videos on his site.

http://www.cookseytalbottgallery.com/thumbs_vertorama.php?gaPageNumber=1&gaGallery=APPDEV_GALLERY_vertorama1

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