Monthly Archives: May 2010

Photography critique

I recently hobbled together a group of fellow photographers in the physics department at UBC to do a peer-to-peer series of talks on photography. It’s always helpful to hear how others approach photography and we all have different experiences and … Continue reading

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Diptych: one word for two images

Diptych (pronounced dip-tic) is the term used to describe two images that are arranged to be adjacent to one another. Typically this means they are somehow related, or complement each other in some other way. They might share a common … Continue reading

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