December 9th, 2008
Episode 50 of 386 episodes
Karl W. Hoffman is self taught professional photographer who has worked as a freelance photojournalist whose photos have been picked up by the national wire service. Karl has also done graphic design and commercial photography, crime scene photography, special assignment aerial intelligence photography for the military and documentary work for a museum. His work is primarily contemporary fine art black and white with emphasis on meaningful translations of people, industrial structure and the street. His long term documentary project, Living on the Border, focusing on a small border community in Southern Arizona. You can see more of his work by visiting his website where you can purchase a copy of his DVD on the project.Karl W. Hoffman recommends the work of Silke Mildenberger.For streaming audio click here or subscribe to the podcast for free viaBook Recommendation: Many Voices: Documentary Photography by Virginia Allyn.
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