Photography as a Form of Immortality [PODCAST with Full Transcript]
In episode 30 of the Fine Art Photography podcast, we explore ideas of photography as a way of immortalizing the subject and the photographer
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In this episode — Vita brevis, ars longa: photography as a form immortality
Vita brevis, ars longa. So said Hippocrates. That translates to “Life is short, and art is long . . . “
In my first ever podcast episode, I talked about how I bought a small antique albumen print — a studio portrait of a young woman made in Pennsylvania in the 1880s — and in that episode, I learned totally randomly through research that I was a very distant relative of the photographer’s wife. But the point I want to make for this episode is that the subject of the portrait — that pretty young woman with dark hair…
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