When my sister took me to see this exhibit, I kept thinking how perfect it would have been for my photography students to see and experience. There it was, right in the glass case- a print of Dorothea Lange’s Migrant Mother.
Thanks to the development of new technology and social media, more photographs are created, viewed, and shared today than ever before. Public Eye, the first-ever retrospective survey of photography organized by NYPL, takes advantage of this moment to reframe the way we look at photographs from the past.”
-from the New York Public Library Website on Exhibitions.
One of the coolest things to do with one of your own photographs is create an animated gif file or a stereographic 3 D image. This is something the students can do from a computer.
Here is a photo I created from a shot of a saxophonist in Central Park last Sunday
or get out your 3D glasses and click on this one
Want to make your own? Click here