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Lauren Darkly 4 Just three items this morning, mostly benign: First, a collection of Spencer Tunick’s naked people photos.  I believe former model Erin is in one of those shots. Second, another photo collection — this a huge one of … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a Photograph

Lauren at Home For this morning, an explanation of Photoshop techniques. Edith in White 15 I thought I’d offer readers a blow-by-blow account of the processing leading from this to the image shown first above.  Perhaps some among you might … Continue reading

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Coming Next

In the Hamper Coming from the Department of Homeland Security (click page images to read): Fortunately, I am (reasonably) confident that the foregoing would be held to be unconstitutional.  But, given that the DHS was recently heard to argue in … Continue reading

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Lauren & Net 11 “When Free Speech Isn’t Really Free” Department That’s the article title on the ACLU blog.  The article surveys the state of intimidating governmental surveillance of citizens exercising free speech rights.  Check out the state-by-state list of … Continue reading

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Lauren in Sunshine 2 I promised the second “our trip” installment for today, but it’s not going to happen.  Too many other tasks yesterday:  the new model did show up, so that engaged half the day (great potential and first … Continue reading

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The U.S. as Surveillance Society

Lauren We’ve read of the ubiquitous CCTV cameras dotting the streets, buildings and byways of our cousins’ land across the Atlantic.  We’ve heard tales of how Britain has steadily been converted to an Orwellian surveillance society.  What we’ve little realized … Continue reading

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In the Hamper Issue Du Jour Remains Du Jour Department Continuing reportage on complaints against TSA and its new scanners and pat-down procedures.  Now The NY Times has picked it up, on its first Business Section page — which shows … Continue reading

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Removing Varnish

Different [Lauren] A brief squib in yesterday’s NY Times entitled “Restored Madonna Glows” caught my eye.  At first I read it merely as another of those chapters of art history and art restoration that crop up from time to time … Continue reading

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Cautious Re-entry

Lauren at Home I’ve decided to touch a toe back into the nude photography shtick.  A very comely young lady who I had originally approached ten months ago got back in touch to say she had decided to open up … Continue reading

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The Pause that Refreshes

Lauren at Home Postings for the next few weeks may be sporadic or abbreviated.  I’ll be taking some time for reflection and consideration of where I’m going photographically.  You may have thought that’s what my recent hiatus (mid-June to end-of-July) … Continue reading

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