Photos die

  • mom and the house.

    I found the slide photo above (taken by my father) during a recent visit with my parents. I asked my mom about it. Photos die, unless we talk about them. Hello. My name is Todd Wemmer. Photosdie.com features audio interviews and field recordings related to photography. I use the term "related" loosely. I might say that everything is about photography. Or photography is about everything. I might also say that this site is really more about the talk that surrounds photography. Or the sounds that surround photography. So I am interested in the talk that surrounds the photograph more than the actual photograph itself. Or something like that. Half journalistic / half qualitative research. I use the H2 Zoom, iPod Belkin mic & iPod, and cell phone for recording. I used to use a Sharp minidisc (R.I.P).

    Visit my dissertation project: lostandfoundphotos.org

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I think when you visited the exhibition can listen to the sound or if it was just sound and no pictures.

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