In search of clarity…

…will be the theme and title of my monthly column at Mediumformat.com, a community and e-publication focused on the larger things in photography. Mingthein.com of course continues as normal; I just didn’t want to pass up the opportunity to work with an interesting bunch of people. Registrations are open from today. MT

Comments

  1. ‘the larger things in photography’? please be careful what you wish for and, recall economics 101 on value and price…

    • Actually, value and price are independent. Something with no utility or resale demand at $1 has poor value but low price. But an artwork for $1m that can be resold tomorrow for $2m has high price but also high value.

  2. david mantripp says:

    Well the pricing is certainly in line with Medium Format 🙂

    • Well, my content here has always been (and remains) free; however that’s at odds with the whole ‘good things aren’t cheap’ notion. Or perhaps I’m just not a very good businessman, a masochist, or both. 🙂

  3. Great title!
    Ming, is it a split-off from Tomasz Trzebiatovski’s (Tomash’s) FujiLove?
    Just curious…

  4. Would be nice to have the opportunity to buy one issue to try it out. Difficult for me to subscribe for a whole year …

    • If I’m not mistaken, you can purchase one month for 20 bucks.

      • If you could end the subscription after one month, that would be nice to try out, but I could not find any information on the site whether you can cancel the monthly subsription at any time.

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