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The Open College o the Arts has had a long-runningrelationship with the photographer and author MichaelFreeman; since the OCA’s Art o Photography course wasrst opened to enrolments 20 years ago. This relationshiptook another step orward with the launch last year o
– Michael’s blog, produced by OCA. The site was launched with a view to, as Michael puts it “
present a view of photography by photographers, which may sound obvious enough, but in a world where photography has become a near-universal activity, its meaning has become somewhat scrambled.
” The Freeman View has grown rapidly in popularity over thecourse o the past year, thanks to an enthralling succession o Michael’s observations, techniques and one-to-one interviewswith photographers around the world. You can nd the blogat
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