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Last Photos: vol 8: My Treasured Memories (My Treasured Memories of Elvis)
Last Photos: vol 8: My Treasured Memories (My Treasured Memories of Elvis)
Last Photos: vol. 8 My Treasured Memories is based upon the title, “My Treasured Memories of Elvis.” Judy photographed Elvis for the last time in 1976 in her hometown, Spokane. With this volume, all of her published photos are now available in ebook format. We first published the hardcover title, ISBN #978-0-9632274-1-6 in 2009; hardcover printing by Signature Book Printing. Because of the number and size of photographs, we are creating a multiple part series of ebooks.
This is Judy Palmer’s book. It is a book written by an Elvis fan for Elvis fans.So many fans want to know “What was he like?” Judy answers this question by sharing her experiences with you. From her stories I am impressed by this thought; small gestures matter. He said “Thank you” for a photograph or a scrapbook. When he could, he shared a joke or small talk with his fans. He was patient and kind. He somehow made them all feel significant. Elvis lives on today, not only because of the big moments in his career; but also that endearing quality of his character. The heart of Judy’s book is her concert photos. Many fans took countless number of photos of Elvis performing. After 1970 Judy taught herself to photograph in natural light so she wouldn’t get caught by the showroom security. She was now free from the limitations of flash photography. She always sat close to the stage. Her new skill and proximity to Elvis gave her a point of view most amateur photographers did not have. She was able to capture his mood on stage without disturbing him. Her photos were highly prized from the beginning, other fans immediately wanted copies for themselves. Judy quickly moved from trading copies to selling prints. As she attended more shows, she mailed written descriptions of what she saw and price lists for reprints. She gained a reputation as one of the finest amateur photographers of Elvis. She created a “brand name,” an identity for herself among Elvis fans.Judy chose the photographs and the stories for this book. I edited only for clarity, not for content. It is also important that she chose what not to include. Such is her desire to protect Elvis that she will not publish an image, or a story that she considers unflattering. Both Judy and I hope you enjoy this tribute to Elvis by people who loved Elvis.

Last Photos: vol. 8 My Treasured Memories is based upon the title, “My Treasured Memories of Elvis.” Judy photographed Elvis for the last time in 1976 in her hometown, Spokane. With this volume, all of her published photos are now available in ebook format. We first published the hardcover title, ISBN #978-0-9632274-1-6 in 2009; hardcover printing by Signature Book Printing. Because of the number and size of photographs, we are creating a multiple part series of ebooks.
This is Judy Palmer’s book. It is a book written by an Elvis fan for Elvis fans.So many fans want to know “What was he like?” Judy answers this question by sharing her experiences with you. From her stories I am impressed by this thought; small gestures matter. He said “Thank you” for a photograph or a scrapbook. When he could, he shared a joke or small talk with his fans. He was patient and kind. He somehow made them all feel significant. Elvis lives on today, not only because of the big moments in his career; but also that endearing quality of his character. The heart of Judy’s book is her concert photos. Many fans took countless number of photos of Elvis performing. After 1970 Judy taught herself to photograph in natural light so she wouldn’t get caught by the showroom security. She was now free from the limitations of flash photography. She always sat close to the stage. Her new skill and proximity to Elvis gave her a point of view most amateur photographers did not have. She was able to capture his mood on stage without disturbing him. Her photos were highly prized from the beginning, other fans immediately wanted copies for themselves. Judy quickly moved from trading copies to selling prints. As she attended more shows, she mailed written descriptions of what she saw and price lists for reprints. She gained a reputation as one of the finest amateur photographers of Elvis. She created a “brand name,” an identity for herself among Elvis fans.Judy chose the photographs and the stories for this book. I edited only for clarity, not for content. It is also important that she chose what not to include. Such is her desire to protect Elvis that she will not publish an image, or a story that she considers unflattering. Both Judy and I hope you enjoy this tribute to Elvis by people who loved Elvis.

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RAILWAY STATION IN SHANGHAI. NOTE THE SKYSCRAPERS--NOT MY PHOTO
RAILWAY STATION IN SHANGHAI. NOTE THE SKYSCRAPERS--NOT MY PHOTO
The trains above are in Shanghai. There is no city in America now that has this many trains heading to different locations in the USA. No, not today! Not since the 1960s could a sight like this be seen. In the late 50s and early 60s, cities like New York, Chicago, Philadelphia and Kansas City had trains close to this number waiting to depart. NOT MY PHOTO--WIKIPEDIA PHOTO.
"Dude! Don't take my photo! I'm serious!"
"Dude! Don't take my photo! I'm serious!"
"Every year I find my photos on random places on the web!" Well Miss red-white-and-blue-bikini-wearing-finger-wagging angry woman, here you go! Your photo ended up on some random place on the web! On flickr!

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An-My Le: Small Wars
In one of An-My Lan-My L''s photographs of American Marines training for Iraq in the Mojave desert, a group of barrels is marked with the phrase "Do Not Shoot." Obviously, the photographer didn't heed this warning, and the result is the most recent, timely series inof images in this compelling first monograph. Earlier photographs document a group of Vietnam War reenactors in South Carolina who, like their better-known Civil War counterparts, restage battles, training, and the daily life of soldiers. An-My L' is part of a new crop of artists who merge documentary and landscape photography to explore history and current events with an emotional subtext and from a very personal point of view.

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