Tag Archives: In The Loupe TV
The New Yorkers is a color photography book of Robert Herman’s New York City street pictures. “To complete The New Yorkers, I have to raise the funds necessary to make drum scans from the Kodachrome originals, hire a writer, a … Continue reading
A conversation about fair use and copyright, discussing a couple of recent cases. Some resources: US Copyright Office, Fair Use US Copyright Office, Copyright Basics Sigur Ros Jay Maisel case Naomi Campbell case Article about copyright on TechDirt (not discussed … Continue reading
A studio visit with Janette Beckman to talk about her new blog “Archive Of Attitude“. Please pardon the quality, and excuse the unceasing thunderstorm! Janette Beckman’s photos of punk and hip-hop groups from the eighties created iconic images and chronicled … Continue reading
Should monkeys own their own photos? Stella and Julie talk about the recent case of the macaque who stole a camera and took its own portrait. Is this breaking new copyright ground?
We are debuting ‘In The Loupe’, just before the tenth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks. On September 11, 2001, John Botte was a New York City police detective assigned to Chief of Police Bernard Kerik (now in prison). … Continue reading
In this trailer, we tell you what you can expect from the series.
For all their assistance so far, we’d like to thank Andrea Fischman and Brett Beyer for shooting the trailer and several features for us. Thanks to Hans and Chrissie and everyone at WIN-Initiative for letting us shoot in their space and to Doug Menuez and his team for … Continue reading