Rick Doble, M.A. UNC-Chapel Hill
Rick Doble, M.A.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Communications Studies, Alumnus
I posted the following on the Academia.edu website where most of these blog posts can be downloaded in PDF format.
Having just turned 70, I now realize that the subject of time has always been at the center of my work. From reading T.S. Eliot's Four Quartets in the 1960s, to spending two years reworking the hundred-year-old motion photographs of Eadweard Muybridge into digital form with software that I wrote (10 years before digital photography existed), to my later work with experimental digital photographs shot over an extended period of time, to today as I write my blog DeconstructingTime, (http://deconstructingtime.blogspot.com) the simple question "what is time?" has always been there.
I am an independent researcher with a Master of Arts in Communication from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1974. I am also a photographer who has written a book about my experiments with digital photography, a book entitled Experimental Digital Photography (Sterling Publishing, New York/London, 2010). In addition I have written two other books about the craft digital photography.