Film project: Introspective by Daniel Zvereff Recently Daniel got in touch with me to share his work, which was shot entirely on some of the last Kodak Aerochrome infrared film left in the world. And I really think he has done the film justice. A great project, shot on film…what could be better? Check it […]
Photography zines (and books) No: 9 Yay, I got a few more book and zines in. A big thank you to all of the lovely people who have shared so far. Come and check them out.
Jesse’s Book Review – Last Resort by Martin Parr Jesse is back and this time he is reviewing a well known and well covered western photo book for a change. Last resort was one of the first photo books I ever saw, so I am very happy to feature this.
Jesse’s book review, 1920′s Expressionism by Kitai Kazuo We have been away for a couple of weeks but now Jesse is back on the program. And he brings us a really understated book review this time, from another Japanese master. Check it out.
Inspired Eye digital magazine The latest issue of inspired eye digital magazine is hot off the virtual presses, and there are some great features this time around. Come and check it out and get yourself a copy.
Black and white film development for lazy people by Colin Barey colin Barey has been kind enough to share with us his technique for stand developing black and white film. I had actually been hoping for something like this as I recently found a place in Japan that sells R09 One shot. Yippee!
Syria by Cengiz Yar Jr Recently I came across the work of a photographer who had spent time in Syria. I wanted to share with you the work of Cengiz Yar Jr as it shows a side of the Syria conflict that we don’t get to see in the media.
Film News: Kodak Alaris – What it means for you It has been an awful few years for Kodak, what with being the harbingers of their own doom by basically inventing the digital camera, horrible mismanagement, and a CEO who puts his greed before his responsibilities. So the news that Alaris is the new Kodak […]
Photography zines (and books) No: 6 It has taken a while, but slowly the books and zines trickle in. This time I have a diverse bunch from all over the globe. Including a brilliant collaboration project. Read on…
Jesse’s book review, Utatane by Rinko Kawauchi This week we have a wonderfully understated and underrated photobook from Japan. Rinko Kawauchi’s work is sublime and thoughtful. This is a real joy to read.