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This year it made sense to celebrate Thanksgiving with Roger, Polly and Steven at their home in Queens. Steven, the first grandchild in the family, will be eight months old in a few days, and his parents are bracing themselves for a train trip to Rochester over the holidays. So Patty and I drove down with Gus and Elaine on Thanksgiving day, arriving around 4pm. Polly’s parents, Larry and Josephine, joined us for a traditional take-out Thai Thanksgiving dinner. Patty and I stayed that evening in the Marriott Spring Hill hotel on the corner of 112th Street and Northern Boulevard. The next morning we stopped again to pick up Gus and Elaine, and say goodbye to Steven and his parents. I set the GoPro camera on a two-second interval and recorded the entire event in a total of 893 frames over a period of 30 minutes. Of these, I selected 111 frames for this book.
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Frank Cost is the James E. McGhee Professor of Visual Media in the School of Photography at Rochester Institute of Technology. He has taught a wide variety of courses in the field of visual media for more than three decades. Frank has been photographing professionally since 1975 and has authored both textbooks and experimental photobooks exploring new forms of graphic expression enabled by digital technologies. He can be contacted at Frank.Cost@rit.edu or by phone at (585) 415-3158.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M150528659X