Aug 28, 2012 / 55 notes

newyorker:

Last week, Ed Kashi took The New Yorkers Instagram feed with him to Aspen, where he spent the week at a photography workshop at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center. “Usually when I teach I don’t get the opportunity to create new work, so it was especially exciting to be looking for images and constantly creating, reviewing, and then being able to post the work in real time,” Kashi told me. “Photography has dominated my life for more than thirty-five years, so the ability to make images anywhere without the cumbersome equipment that I normally work with is liberating.”

Ed Kashi talks to Maria Lokke about his experience using Instagram and shooting on an iPhone, plus a slideshow of his work for our feed: http://nyr.kr/OtN7d2

Source: newyorker.com

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    Interesting read and some beautiful images.
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    So cool. Here’s an extremely experienced advocacy photojournalist who sees merit in citizen photography. I love that....