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2019 SPE Annual Conference: The Myths of Photography and the American Dream / Major support by The Joy Family Legacy Foundation

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Sequencing Philosophy

Posted on 08/05/15 by SPE Office Staff in SPE

SPE summer workshop artist and educator Eric Zeigler shares some thoughts on his photographic philosophy:

"Photographs from the world are exciting to me because images are so different than real experience. Making a picture and viewing that abstraction decontextualized from its original setting is a powerful moment. You can then use context to bend the reality of that image a little. When I construct diptychs and sequences, I use that malleability to create something that can feel more real and specific than the world I started with."

Eric will teach a Diptych and Sequencing workshop at SPE's national office on August 8. Those interested in participation may register through the Eventbrite page or click here for more details.

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