Tregoning photography show explores revival of 19th-century techniques


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Greg Martin’s stunning portrait, “Nama,” is one of the more powerful works in the current Tregoning show.


First there was slow food, and now, in response to the ease of digital cameras, there’s slow photography.

Tregoning Co. is devoting an exhibition to four photographers who aim to revive archaic, time-consuming, 19th-century techniques as a way to make photography rich, complicated,

Article source: http://www.cleveland.com/arts/index.ssf/2013/03/tregoning_photography_show_exp.html

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