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10132
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In this pictorial essay, Milling discusses the work of eight outstanding North Carolina photographers over the last seven decades.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 76 Issue 1, June 2008, p60-78, il, por Periodical Website
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9718
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Wildlife photographer Jack Dermid has traveled across North Carolina in search of photographic opportunities. Earley discusses his life and work.
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35280
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In 1857, two photographers competed for favor with customers, the evidence of which was laid out in their newspaper advertisements.
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3033
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An unknown photograph of part of the south front of the State Capitol has been discovered. The picture was taken in the 1870s by Rufus Morgan, one of the state's most accomplished itinerant photographers of the 19th-century.
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10780
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St. John's Art Gallery asked famed photographer Hugh Morton to exhibit some of his favorite works in his hometown of Wilmington. Morton, who also shot combat reels during World War II, chose his favorite photographs out of the many he has taken over the years, which include the launching of the battleship North Carolina in the Cape Fear River and an above-the-clouds view of Grandfather Mountain near Linville.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 36 Issue 9, Oct 1968, p10-13, il, por
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3140
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Painters Bill Mangum and \"Cotton\" Ketchie, and photographer Carl Moser, Jr., live in the Piedmont, but their paintings and lenses capture scenes of the state, from the mountains to the coast.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 64 Issue 9, Feb 1997, p16-23, il, por Periodical Website
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29712
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The Mountain Gateway Museum in Old Fort, North Carolina has a new exhibit titled, Appalachia a Century Ago, Craft Through the Lens of William A. Barnhill. The exhibit showcases the work of photographer William Barnhill, who captured the process of making baskets from the bark of young poplar trees in the early twentieth century.
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2064
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Although he lived only 34 years, Rufus Morgan, one of the Reconstruction era's finest photographers, recorded North Carolina landscapes and people in stereoscopic images during the 1870s.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 61 Issue 12, May 1994, p21-23, il, por
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7225
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Gabby Salazar of Guilford County shoots nature photographs like a professional. She is eighteen years old and is internationally recognized for her work. In 2004, she won the Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award, which is presented by BBC Wildlife Magazine and the Natural History Museum in London, England. The prize was worth $1,500. Collins discusses how Salazar became involved with photography and her accomplishments to date.
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The Latino population in the state is expanding. Jose Galvez, a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer, captures snapshots of their culture. Most of his work has been done in the Southwest, focusing on Mexican-American life and culture. Around 2004 his focus changed to examine the diverse and emerging Latino population in North Carolina.
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Winston-Salem native Billy Barnes roamed across North Carolina in the 1960s capturing on film what it was like to be poor. His black and white photographs are reminiscent of the documentary style of the Depression-era photographers, like Dorothea Lange and Walker Evans. In this INDEPENDENT interview, Barnes discusses his work and several of his photographs.
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Independent Weekly (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57 [volumes 13 - 23 on microfilm]), Vol. 22 Issue 15, Apr 2005, p31-37, il Periodical Website
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2777
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Daguerreotype photographers in pre-Civil War North Carolina were itinerants, traveling the state by rail, wagon, or stage in the practice of their art. A number of daguerreans active in the state are profiled.
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31102
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Rob Amberg was a writer and photographer who documented Appalachian culture in Madison County, North Carolina. “Sodum Laurel Album” is a flowing record of candid recollections by Amberg, musician Dellie Norton and her family interwoven with intimate photographs shot over two decades. Stories and pictures mark harvest seasons for vegetables, porch gatherings of family and friends, fiddle and banjo ballads, and other traditions in the remote mountain community.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 35 Issue 1, Jan 2003, p20, il, por
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26993
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Sally Mann is known for photographing children in provocative poses. The photographs are meant to capture how society looks at girls, and how girls confront sex. Sally’s new exhibit will be featured through December 6 at the Royall Center for the Arts in Raleigh.
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Independent Weekly (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57 [volumes 13 - 23 on microfilm]), Vol. 6 Issue 22, Nov 17-30 1988, p18, por Periodical Website
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For over fifty years, wildlife photographers Jack Dermid and Gene Hester have traveled across North Carolina in search of photographic opportunities. Dermid has a reputation for extraordinary patience in getting exactly the right shot, and Hester travels widely each year in search of waterfowl and deer. Wilson discusses the careers of these two well-known photographers.
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