Photographer Larry Fink appeared on the main stage of the LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph last night for a freewheeling conversation with his friend, author Donald Antrim. Fink talked frankly about his formative experiences, the evolution of his motivati
Of course, Fink has continued to work. One recent project, called Flesh and Stone, explores questions of mortality. “I’m 74. Mortality really starts to move into your consciousness. I no longer want to change the world, I just want to hang on. I want to give as much as I can until I die.”
I think this is great for a couple of reasons. First the leading player in the Twitter photo space twitpic is a total ripoff for photographers. When you use it you are giving them the right to sell your photos through some fine print in the TOS. Many people don’t read TOS agreements and twitpic doesn’t really advertise or clearly disclose that they can screw you over and steal your rights.