Archive of Dealer's Perspective Essays
- Considerations for Protecting your Collection (May 27, 2004): "Obviously, your collection ought to be covered by insurance to protect the work from unforeseen disasters. But the main emphasis should be in minimizing known risk factors that can be controlled."
- Some Humorous Memories (November 20, 1999): "He claimed to be a nuclear physicist and time traveler. He always said (with complete seriousness and conviction) that he took the photograph in the future!"
- Some Web Site Suggestions (September 29, 1998): "I am often asked to look at photographers' web sites, and I thought you might be interested in reading some of my observations."
- Fading Away (April 29, 1998): "Here in one place I was eye witness to what I think is the biggest problem with collecting color
photography: some prints will quickly fade away on you."
- Four Photographers (January 20, 1998): "Over the years, I have met, not surprisingly, a number of well-known photographers, and here are some small remembrances of four of them."
- How to Price One's Work (October 28, 1997): "One of the most common questions I hear from photographers concerns how they should price their work."
- To Limit or not to Limit (March 16, 1997): "Perhaps the most common question I hear in the gallery is, "Why doesn't he limit his editions; can't he just turn out thousands of prints?""
- The Untalented Photographer (December 9, 1996): "One of the most difficult aspects of running an art gallery is having to view portfolios of people who want me to carry their work."
- Everything Changes (Nov. 6, 1996): "People are always asking me what things have changed in the field of fine-art photography over the last 25 years. I will enumerate just a few......."
- Schlepping for Ansel Adams (July 3, 1996): "The framed Adams hit the floor flat and face up, and down I came, sitting hard right in the middle of it."
- Old and New Beginnings (May 30, 1996): "In the fall of 1971, I was fresh out of college with nothing much but a degree and a love of photography."
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