Looks like he's found the place to me. A frame of motion picture film shot by Bob Chappell.
The Valley of the Shadow [con't.]
Errol Morris has published Part II of his fascinating investigation into the famous Fenton photograph, this time detailing his excursion to the Crimea, the perfect (as in perfectly futile) war, Khrushchev and Kennedy, and a surly guide named Olga. Morris is now intimating that the series may eventually extend to four parts.
Chris Jordan video
I actually stumbled on Bill Moyers' video profile of Chris Jordan on late-night television (insomnia again), changing the channel to it virtually the instant Chris poured the batteries onto the tabletop. Kismet. A fascinating piece, of particular interest to photographers—recommended when you have a few minutes to watch it (video is one of the real advantages the web has over printed books).
The always interesting Jorg Colberg has published a short interview with Stephen Shore.
You faked that
It's always good to keep up with Hany Farid of Dartmouth's Imaging Science Laboratory. I especially liked the bit about the fishing contest photos.
Everybody needs one....
The bug's eye lens
Last but not least, Adobe's spectacular Computational Photography. The post is in French, and the video's in English. Don't miss this one if you're interested in digital imaging technology, or lenses.
Mike (Thanks to Oren, Stan Banos, Au Nguyen, and Ken Tanaka)