Category Archives: Photography

Charleston, Reframed

CHARLESTON, REFRAMED is a 14-piece exhibit of photography from Charleston, South Carolina. The photographs were taken June 21-27, 2015 using the Sony A7R full-frame camera with the Carl Zeiss 55 mm f/1.8 lens. When I posted my photo-essay CHARLESTON: 72 HOURS last … Continue reading

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Literate War Photography

*Bookmark this page as I will be updating this article with new photographs and specifics on each shot.* UPDATE SUMMER 2015: The first book in the Literate War series is out now. THE FIERY WINDS is the story of a WWII army … Continue reading

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The Cryless Class

The Cryless Class will be featured in my March 2018 book of short stories.      

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Manhattan Beach: 72 Hours

MANHATTAN BEACH: 72 HOURS—a Three-Day Exploration by Ara Hagopian is a 36-piece photography and writing exhibit covering the exclusive California beachside city. The work was captured with the Sony A7R full-frame camera and 55 mm Carl Zeiss lens, July 2014. The 72 HOURS … Continue reading

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The Glass Lady of Los Angeles

She captures in fisheye everyone’s faces; their quick strides and impatient toe-taps. A permanent fixture at the LAX Hilton Hotel, the glass lady sees—magnified in a hundred ways—the joys of family reunification after years of spread. In the partitioned lobby there’s a sound of … Continue reading

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Charleston: 72 Hours

CHARLESTON: 72 HOURS- Photography by Ara Hagopian is a twenty-piece exhibit covering areas in proximity to the popular South Carolina resort. The work was captured with the Sony A7R full-frame camera and 55 mm Carl Zeiss lens, during the days … Continue reading

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Flag Garden at Boston Common

On Memorial Day last year, a flag garden was planted on the Boston Common. The flag garden was impactful on several levels. The organizers had made the effort; the city granted the permit; and the public treated the tribute with … Continue reading

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