Jesse’s book review, State of Mind by Nuno Moreira
Another wonderful and thoughtful book review by Jesse. Nuno’s books is fantastic, I have a copy myself. And Nuno is a really nice guy who is extremely passionate about photography. This one is definitely worth a look.
Photography zines (and books) No: 12
New year and a new bunch of zines have arrived, so without further ado, let’s get cracking on.
The Limited Role of Equipment And Technique In Photography by Dan K
Dan K shares with us his thoughts on equipment and technique. This is a good read and sure to generate some discussion too. Come and read for yourself.
Jesse’s book review, Ariphoto Selection by Shinya Arimoto
Jesse is back after a short break and he brings us a brilliant review of the work of Shinya Arimoto. I love Arimoto sans work and I am happy to see this latest piece on the site. Check it out.
Inspired Eye digital magazine
It is that time again…time for another copy of the Inspired Eye digital magazine. And this one has a special feature (perhaps). Come and find out why.
Photography zines (and books) No: 11
Sporadic it may be, but I still get zines and books coming in from time to time, so when I do I will feature them. Here is the latest batch.
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 out.
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.