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Katie Cookie in “Arrangements in Black and Grey” Show at Fox Talbot Museum

Posted May 10, 2013 in Exhibitions + Pinhole

Photon Detector favorite Katie Cooke is showing some of her pinhole work at the Fox Talbot Museum: Visit our upper gallery to see our current photography exhibition. ‘Arrangements in Black and Grey’ invites you to explore the relevance of black and white photography in the 21st century through a collection of beautiful images from six […]

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Katie Cooke’s "Balancing Act" pinhole show, Edinburgh

Posted June 23, 2010 in Exhibitions + Pinhole

Relentlessly awesome photographer Katie Cooke‘s Balancing Act series of pinhole photographs opens 3 July, 2010 at Axolotl, Edinburgh, Scotland, and runs for the month. Cooke writes, “This is a show of my long exposure self portrait pinhole photographs, mostly from the Balancing Act series that I made between 2006 and 2007, exploring the gain, loss, […]

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20 steps to ambrotype victory… or: How not to make ambrotypes

Posted February 20, 2009 in Technique

Check out Katie Cooke‘s funny ambrotype crash course/primer: 20 steps to ambrotype victory… Or: How not to make ambrotypes at Photocritic.

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Pinhole Day show and workshops at RayKo Photo Center, CA, US

Posted April 16, 2008 in Exhibitions + Pinhole + Workshops

All kinds of good things are happening for Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day at RayKo Photo Center in San Francisco, CA, US: Work by Katharine Kreisher and Rebecca Rome in the main gallery; meet the artists from 3–5pm. A group show of pinhole photography (including work by Katie Cooke and myself). Free rides around San Francisco […]

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Katie Cooke’s large format street photography

Posted September 14, 2007 in Random

Katie Cooke talks to Haje Jan Kamps about shooting large format street portraits in the thick of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Read the article at PhotoCritic.org

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Interview with Katie Cooke

Posted May 24, 2007 in Interviews + Pinhole

Check out this excellent interview with Katie Cooke by Chris Keeney. You can see Cooke’s work at her Web site, slowlight.net.

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Katie Cooke launches portfolio site of pinhole photography

Posted May 7, 2007 in Photographers + Pinhole

Katie Cooke has just launched a portfolio site of her pinhole work, which I am a rather huge fan of. I could go on and on about how great it is, but you may as well just go and see for yourself at slowlight.net. While you’re there, you may also want to have a look […]

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2007 f295 pinhole photography calendar released!

Posted February 6, 2007 in Books & Publications

While it’s a bit late to the party, the 2007 f295 pinhole photography calendar looks like a real ass-kicker! Preview images are available here on f295. Contributing artists Bruce Berrien, Stratford, Connecticut, US Bryan Bogater, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, US Nancy A. Breslin, Newark, Delaware, US Mark Richard Brown, Annandale, Virginia, US Raimundo Civera, Montserrat, Spain […]

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Camara Oscura pinhole photography show, Gran Canaria

Posted October 25, 2006 in Exhibitions

An international exhibition of contemporary pinhole photography, in Gran Canaria, from 3 to 30 November 2006, featuring work from Ricardo Montesdeoca, Joaquin Casado, Anastasia Medvedeva, Henrieke Strecker, David Cugnasca, Daniel Zrihen, Dmitry Rubinshteyn, and Katie Cooke. Don’t let the cable release in the eye bother you, I’ve seen work by several of these artists, and […]

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Katie Cooke is featured artist at f295

Posted March 23, 2006 in Exhibitions + Pinhole

The mind-bendingly awesome pinhole/lens photographer/camera hacker Katie Cooke of slowlight pinhole blog is currently the featured artist at f295, a pinhole and DIY photography discussion forum. Katie writes, "…given that I still don’t have my gallery live, it’s a way of seeing 15 of my pinhole photographs without wading through my flickr stream. It’s a […]

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