Author Archives: Douglas Barkey

About Douglas Barkey

Director of Teaching and Learning Effectiveness The Art Institutes Photographer, Artist

Interview for ASMP Questions for a Pro


 Lily Barber from the American Society of Media Photographers interviewed me this week for their Questions for a Pro blog. Advertisements

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Institution I


Institution I, 2017

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Sunday morning in Washington Heights, NYC


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Michael Snow – Disrupting the Suspension of Disbelief, Part I


Originally posted on Fotonotes:
Part 1: Simultaneous compression. When we pick up a camera and frame a composition in the viewfinder, we do so with a number of key assumptions about what happens when we press the shutter button and…

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Peripheral Visions opens tonight at Candela Books + Gallery


https://candelabooks.com/announcing-peripheral-vision/ Amy Ritchie Johnson has curated Peripheral Vision which opens tonight at Candela Books + Gallery from 5 – 9pm. The exhibition essay describes the exhibition and her interest in exploring: “a trend in contemporary [straight] photography growing in the long shadow of the traditional ‘view of … Continue reading

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Focusing on my dissertation….


Friends and anyone following my blog on photography, I have been taking a little break since Spring 2014 in order to finish my EdD dissertation. I expect to be back posting in December, 2014. Thanks for your patience and I … Continue reading

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Michael Snow – Part II – Sequence and Time


The Michael Snow Photo-Centric exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum of Art  (available for viewing until April 27, 2014) is a retrospective collection of many of his images that explore the meaning of sequence and time. This post continues an essay on the Snow’s photographs I … Continue reading

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