About the Book
Paul Hodara is a technologist and artist. He graduated from the school of Design at California Institute of Fine Arts in the late 1970's and worked as photographer and designer in Los Angeles California in the music and film industry. In the 80's he discovered personal computers designing and producing applications and games eventually he migrated to digital communications, web and internet applications and services. In early 2009 he purchased a digital film scanner and started scanning his film archives of the 1970's L.A. Music scene and had four pieces from this era in a group Photography show at Westchester Center for the Arts in April 2009 (see:
Later in 2009 he moved from film to digital photography and started a blog (see:http://www.paulhodara.com) as a way chronicling his experimentation with digital photgraphy.
This first book is a culmination of his interest in street photography and contains photographs taken between 2009 and 2012.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Dec 15, 2012
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