Due to some technical difficulties, this episode of The Candid Frame is not an interview. Instead, I discuss my recent journey as a photographer and my attempts to learn a new way of seeing.

We will be returning to our regular schedule of interviews in two weeks.

You can find more images about that reflect today's episode by visiting my blog.

This week I recommend the work of William Eggleston.

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Bruce Smith is talented fashion and glamour photographer based in Liverpool in Great Britain. For over thirty years, he has brought his unique eye and insight to the world of beauty and fashion. He shares his insights through his course in Better Photo as well through an on-location Master Class.

You can see a collection of Bruce's work by visiting his website.

Bruce Smith recommends the work of Barry Lategan.

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Harry Gamboa Jr. has been actively creating works in various media (photography, performance, video, fotonovelas, fiction, and installation) that document and interpret the contemporary urban Chicano experience.

He was a co-founder of Asco (Spanish for nausea) 1972-1987, the East L.A. conceptual-performance art group that invented the No Movie concept and created numerous absurdist intermedia performance works.

You can see a selection of his photography and other works by visiting his website.

Harry Gamboa recommends the work of Morrie Camhi.

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Tara Whitney is a talented photographer who specializes in intimate family portraits. Her talent for making her subjects comfortable as well as her vibrant photographic style produces photographs that move beyond the cliches of the genre.

Another unique aspect of her photographic career is that her clients and admirers have come as a result of a her personal blog. She uses this not only as a showcase for her images, but for sharing a sense of her and her work, a quality not commonly found in more "professional" and "high concept" websites.

Tara Whitney recommends the work of Barb Uil.

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