Life Itself: VIII: A quarter century of stories about photographers


Life Itself: VIII:
A quarter century of stories about photographers
 

 

 

Photographer Jim Scholz and his lifelong mission to honor beauty

https://leoadambiga.com/2018/04/27/photographer-jim…-to-honor-beauty

Nature photographer Joel Sartore taking cue from Noah for his National Geographic Photo Ark

https://leoadambiga.com/2018/04/24/nature-photograp…raphic-photo-ark/

Paul Johnsgard: A birder’s road less traveled
Natural imagery: Tom Mangelsen travels far and wide to where the wild things are for his iconic photography, but always comes back home to Nebraska 
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Master of many mediums Jason Fischer
For Omaha Film Festival guru Marc Longbrake, cinema is no passing fancy 
Creative couple: Bob and Connie Spittler and their shared creative life 60 years in the making
Feeding the world, nourishing our neighbors, far and near: Howard G. Buffett Foundation and Omaha nonprofits take on hunger and food insecurity
Matinee marriage: Omaha couple Mauro and Christine Fiore forge union based on film and family
 Run DMC,  ©Janette Beckman
Rock photographer Janette Beckman keeps it real: Her hip-hop and biker images showing at Carver Bank as part of Bemis residency
The panoramic world of Patrick Drickey
Master of light, Mauro Fiore, Oscar-winning director of photography for “Avatar”
A brief history of Omaha’s civil rights struggle distilled in black and white by photographer Rudy Smith
To Doha and back with love:  
Local journalists reflect on their fear, loathing and everything surreal adventure in the Gulf
Exhibit by photographer Jim Krantz and his artist grandfather, the late David Bialac, engages in an art conversation through the generations

A very young Jim Krantz with an iconic mentor, Ansel Adams, ©photo Jim Krantz

Photographer Monte Kruse works close to the edge
From wars to Olympics, world-class photojournalist Kenneth Jarecke shoots it all, and now his discerning eye is trained on Husker football
Photographer Larry Ferguson’s work is meditation on the nature of views and viewing
Jesuit photojournalist Don Doll of Creighton University documents the global human condition – one person, one image at a time
 
Imagemaking celebrated at Joslyn Art Museum: “The Misfits” and Magnum Cinema
Forever Marilyn: Gail Levin’s new film frames the “Monroe doctrine”
Combat sniper-turned-art photographer Jim Hendrickson on his vagabond life and enigmatic work 
Photographer Monte Kruse pushes boundaries

Bejing Rose, ©photo by Kenneth Jarecke

Golf shots: Patrick Drickey lives dream photographing the world’s great golf courses
My Omaha Fashion Magazine Work: 
Omaha Fashion Week may be showcase for the next big thing out of Omaha
Buffett’s newspaper man, Stanford Lipsey
The tail-gunner’s grandson: Ben Drickey revisits World War II experiences on foot and film
Matter of the heart: Pamela Jo Berry’s love for community brings art fest to North Omaha
Omaha’s Northwest Radial Highway’s small box businesses fight the good fight by being themselves
Nobuko Oyabu

Photojournalist Nobuko Oyabu’s own journey of recovery sheds light on survivors of rape and sexual abuse through her Project STAND
Artist Vera Mercer’s coming out party
Intrepid photojournalist Don Doll reinvents himself by adding video to repertoire of making images that matter
Hidden In plain view: Rudy Smith’s camera and memory fix on critical time in struggle for equality
Three old wise men of journalism – Hlavacek, Michaels and Desfor – recall their foreign correspondent careers and reflect on the world today
Former Omaha television photojournalist Don Chapman’s adventures in imagemaking keep him on the move 
Rudy Smith, ©photo by Chris Machian, Omaha World-Herald
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