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Seneca Ray Stoddard
Seneca Ray Stoddard

Glens Falls Native Looks Through Stoddard's Lens, 120 Years Later

In the late 1800s, photographer Seneca Ray Stoddard captured some of the most iconic scenes in north country. Stoddard's postcards and prints helped to plant the Adirondack Park in the American imagination. Stoddard lived in Glens Falls. Now another Glens Falls native has spent two years photographing the exact same scenes. Mark Bowie lives now in Massachusetts. His show, called "In Stoddard's Footsteps" opened last week at the Chapman Historical Museum In Glens Falls and will run through Labor Day.  Go to full article
Photo by David Doubilet for <i>National Geographic</i>
Photo by David Doubilet for National Geographic

Capturing the Underwater World on Film

David Doubilet documents the underwater world around the globe for National Geographic. He's a contributing photographer in residence with the magazine. His latest project on the Okavango River Delta in Botswana was featured in the December issue of National Geographic. Doubilet and his partner Jennifer Hayes will talk about their work and show photos at Save The River's Winter Weekend tomorrow at Bonnie Castle in Alexandria Bay. When not on assignment, Doubilet and Hayes live on the St. Lawrence River in Clayton. The infestation of zebra mussels in the St. Lawrence has made the water extremely clear, and it's a mixed blessing for Doubilet. On one hand, he calls it ecological devastation.  Go to full article
Henry Beach photographs <br />Source:  Adirondack Museum
Henry Beach photographs
Source: Adirondack Museum

Lowville's Henry Beach, A Photographer Rediscovered

This summer, the Adirondack Museum is featuring the work of Lowville photographer Henry Beach. Beach was a commercial photographer in the late 1800s and early decades of the 20th century. He made a living producing postcards and documenting life in the Adirondack Mountains. His images capture everyday scenes and some of the early controversies that shaped the Park. Brian Mann spoke with curator Laura Rice.  Go to full article
Fake sky, real droplet.
Fake sky, real droplet.

Natural Selections: Photographing "Nature"

"Pictures don't lie," the old saw goes. But increasingly, they do. Martha Foley and Dr. Curt Stager talk about digital photography, and the temptation to improve on nature.  Go to full article
Gary Randorf on Round Pond
Gary Randorf on Round Pond

Wilderness Photographer Gary Randorf

Autumn color is peaking in the Adirondacks. That means hundreds of photographers are out in the field, searching for that perfect chemistry of light and landscape. Gary Randorf is one of the region's veteran photographers. His book is called The Adirondacks--Wild Island of Hope. Brian Mann has this profile.  Go to full article
Gary Randorf on Round Pond
Gary Randorf on Round Pond

Profile: Photographer & Conservationist Gary Randorf

Autumn color is peaking in the Adirondacks. That means hundreds of photographers are out in the field, searching for that perfect chemistry of light and landscape. Gary Randorf is one of the region's veteran photographers. His new book is called The Adirondacks: Wild Island of Hope. Brian Mann has this profile.  Go to full article

Lake Placid Photographer Nancy Battaglia in Salt Lake City

During the Salt Lake City Games, we've been checking in with Lake Placid sports photographer Nancy Battaglia. She's had a front row seat throughout the last two weeks. Brian Mann caught up with Nancy last night, in the middle of the US-Canada hockey bout.
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