Category Archives: Reviews

Review: How Will We Feed Them?

We need more food and we need it now. To meet the food needs of the 21st Century the nations of the world must make it easy to live and prosper and rural areas. Moravavy Seraphine and her daughter Maria … Continue reading

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Book review: In Search of Norman Rockwell’s America

Can Christians see no evil? Some folks probably think that.  And not without reason. In my experience, some Christians do avoid negative topics. But in almost photographic terms, many Christians see the evil but choose to focus on the good.  … Continue reading

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Review: Breaking the Cycle

As a parent, images of children suffering hit me squarely in the gut.  I find looking at such pictures physically painful.  And yet, for me, they also are becoming somewhat cliché.  I’m on the mailing lists for what seem like … Continue reading

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Review: Lost Boys and the Art of Storytelling

Powerful storytelling. No matter how you cut it, documentary photography of any type needs first and foremost to tell a story in a way that engages the viewer.   The whole point of Christian documentary photography is to educate the viewer, … Continue reading

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Reviews: My Approach

I’m starting this new feature — reviews of books, exhibits and other displays of photography — with great trepidation.  Why should anyone care what I have to say about such photographs? I don’t have any of the credentials normally associated … Continue reading

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