continuing to look at photographers from Photolucida
I was given the heads up by my friend Tom Chambers, to keep an eye out for Carl Corey at Photolucida. I was able to see his work at the massive portfolio walk Thursday evening, held at the Portland Art Museum. There were 3 different hour long shifts, where photographer’s presented work on long tables as crowds of enthusiasts and fellow participants gorged at the buffet line of images. Later in the event, I found myself at reviewer tables next to Carl, and could hear experts waxing rhapsodic about his work and his print quality. And trust me, it was well deserved.
His site reflects a number of other fantastic bodies of work, and also reflects that his long time commitment to his art has not gone without notice or recognition.
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