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JPG Early Issues By JPG Magazine
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A compilation of issues 1 through 6 of JPG Magazine.
White jpg By Eric Jensen
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Experimental jpg glitching
Issue 2: LOST By JPG Magazine
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Issue 2 of JPG Magazine, the quarterly of brave new photography, is here. Inside you'll find 43 photographic interpretations of the word "lost." Also includes a set of powerful portraits by... More > featured photographer Ryan Keberly of Detroit's disposessed, as well as an interview with Adriene Hughes, who is using photography in her battle with cancer. This issue of JPG Magazine paints a new picture of what it means to be lost ... and found. Subscribe to JPG Magazine for a little more than the cost of a single issue!< Less
Issue 6: Oops! By JPG Magazine
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There's magic in mistakes. There's something special in the spontaneous. Because it's in those moments when photography becomes more than just a document. It becomes something real. This issue of... More > JPG is about your best "Oops!" photos. Whether it was faulty settings, old film, the random photo on the last frame of film, or the last photo a camera ever took, this issue features some of the finest slip-ups, freak-outs, and happy accidents ever captured on film or pixels. We're also joined by featured photographer Rion Nakaya, who shares some of her favorite serendipitous moments, and Ryan Gallagher, to talk about camera toss photography. Subscribe to JPG Magazine for a little more than the cost of a single issue!< Less
Issue 3: Fabulous By JPG Magazine
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For this issue, we wanted to do something that focused on the joy of life. So we asked you to tell us what you saw in the word "fabulous." And the response was clear. Like soylent green,... More > it's people.From Erica Shires' take on Dorothy on page 12, to Ben Hays' summertime spin on page 37, to Edward Thompson's chicken man on page 39, it's the people in our lives that make the world fabulous. And what could be more fabulous than inviting your friends over and turning them into rock stars? That's what our featured photographer Robin Jean did. The resulting portraits make even the most ordinary people seem fabulous.We hope this issue of JPG Magazine inspires you to notice the little details that make your life fabulous. Subscribe to JPG Magazine for a little more than the cost of a single issue!< Less
Issue 5: Photography is Not a Crime By JPG Magazine
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There's another example every day. An overactive security guard harassing a photographer on a public sidewalk. Cops intimidating people with cameras. Photography bans in subways. In a post 9/11 age... More > of paranoia and suspicion, public photography is increasingly seen as threatening, or mistaken as criminal. And we here at JPG are sick of it. So we devoted issue 5 to this important topic. The theme, "Photography is Not a Crime," is a rallying cry. It's meant to remind everyone that amateur photographers are the documentarians of real life. We capture our world to help us understand it. We are not a threat. The issue contains 31 photographer's takes and stories on the theme, NYC subway photography by Edmund Leveckis, Shane Lavalette's Family Portrait Project, an interview with attorney Bert Krages, and a special clip-out Photographer's Right Bust Card. Subscribe to JPG Magazine for a little more than the cost of a single issue!< Less
Issue 4: No Theme By JPG Magazine
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To celebrate the first year of JPG Magazine, we cast off our usual theme and invited submissions on any topic. Just send us your favorite shot of 2005, we said.But the funny thing is, themes emerged... More > anyway: everything from water to family to youth. But the overall theme seemed to be memory. Whether it's remembering the fallen or just marking time, photography is all about remembering. Why else do we click the shutter than to say, this is a thing I will not forget?For this issue's interview, we decided to talk to Youngna Park and Zach Klein about their photographic and social experiment, Candy Cane for Your Portrait. Their experience shows that when you're making memories, you're rarely alone. Subscribe to JPG Magazine for a little more than the cost of a single issue!< Less
ME DOT JPG By lance wakeling
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Never Save Original Photos in JPG Format! By Dick Eastman
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JPG has become very popular in the past fifteen years and for very good reasons. Storing images in JPG format consumes much less disk space than many other file formats. That was very important some... More > years ago. However, as disk prices have plunged, the requirements for squeezing as much out of each kilobyte as possible have decreased. As good as JPG is, we do need to keep in mind that it also has significant drawbacks. Primarily, the “advantage” of image compression is also a disadvantage.< Less
ORGANISCH VERANDEREN By J.P.G. van Dooren
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De gedachte van "Organisch veranderen" benadert de organisatie als een levend wezen. Dat levert onder andere interessante metaforen op.