An introduction to 4×5 large format photography Pt: 3 by Benn Murhaaya Finally we have got part 3 of this epic series on shooting Large format. You can see the other parts here. Yet again, this is huge and there are some images in the article that might not be safe for work.
In your bag 1127, Charlie White A very cool and arty bag for you all today. That knife is not something you would be able to get away with here though. Check it out.
In your bag 1126, Jon Jacob Arcinas JJ shares with us his bag of legends. 3 different compact cameras that are legends in their own right. Check it out.
What’s the Point of Taking Pictures? By Paul Schofield Paul Schofield has written a few pieces for the site in the past, so when he offered up this discussion I was happy to be able to share it with you all. I have thought a lot about this lately too, so it is interesting to see […]
In your bag 1125, Dan Connor Wait, another Dan. This Dan has a load of cameras and film in his bag. This must be a lot to carry about. Check it out.
In your bag 1124, Dan Dan has a great bag and a great outlook on photography. Come and find out more.
In your bag 1123, Aivaras Aivaras is back, with a similar setup to last time, and still sharing the Pentax love. An excellent taste in reading material too. Check it out.
Get Featured: Jeffrey Kerekes Sometimes the bond between someone and the place they live in can be extremely strong. Jeffrey shares with us his bond to New Haven. Check out this interesting project.
In your bag 1122, Maurits Bollen Maurits has a very cool bag for us all today. It is not often you see a bag with 18th century lenses inside. Check it out.
In your bag 1121, Constantin Mashinskiy A Russian photographer, living in Paris, brandishing a Kazakhstan passport and some cool cameras. That is what we like to see. Check it out.