This is a response to Alain Briot’s series of articles on “Triptychs,” the first of which is dated July 12, 2017. Alain writes interestingly and helpfully about creating photographic triptychs. He lists quite a number of reasons why you might want to create such works, such as motivating yourself to create more artistic images, using up more of your images in one presentation … [Read more...]
Trotter Hardy is Professor of Law, Emeritus, from the William and Mary Law School, having retired from full-time teaching in 2013. While teaching, he concentrated on intellectual property, especially copyright law, and also taught tort law. He got started in photography around 2007, but has gotten much more serious about it since retirement. Before entering law school he worked extensively with computers at the U.S. National Institute of Science and Technology outside of Washington, D.C. Not surprising, then, that from the start, he found digital cameras and the ability to edit images on a computer to be part of his initial attraction to photography. Hardy works in both color and black-and-white, but most recently has been concentrating on black-and-white botanical images.