Tag: Photography

Get Featured: Luca Ellena

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Get Featured: Luca Ellena

Get Featured: Luca Ellena I am running really behind on the features, but I am doing my best to get them all up. Today we have Luca’s project Silence and Happiness, a sort of personal diary. Silence and Happiness I shoot film on a regular basis since winter 2016. This is my second project with […]

Jesse’s Visual Interviews – Nuno Moreira

Jesse’s Visual Interviews – Nuno Moreira In the second instalment of this new feature, Jesse asks photographer Nuno Moreira the difficult questions. Check it out. Q1: Who are you? Q2: What is your favorite way to waste money? Q3: What do you consider the most overrated virtue? Q4: When are you happiest? Q5: What did […]

Jesse’s Visual Interviews – Sean Lotman

Jesse’s Visual Interviews – Sean Lotman An new series for the site, Jesse Freeman conducts visual interviews with different guests each week. For the opening interview Jesse interviews Sean Lotman, with some very interesting responses. Check it out. Q1: Who are you? Q2: What is your favorite way to waste money? Q3: What do you […]

Pictures of Nothing

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Pictures of Nothing

Pictures of Nothing written by Matthew Ritson Matthew Ritson joins us today for a guest article about pictures of nothing and the story they tell. Check it out. We’ve all been there, standing in a gallery, staring at a picture of a seemingly empty space and asked the question, “why?”. Well, it’s an important question […]

Publishing a photography book – looking back after a year

Publishing a photography book – looking back after a year by Benn Murhaaya Benn has been on the site in the past, with a fantastic and detailed guide to shooting large format. This time around, Benn talks about his experience making a photo book. This is a long read, so settle down and enjoy. Some of the […]

Get Featured: Tom Souzer

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Get Featured: Tom Souzer

Get Featured: Tom Souzer I get so many submission for ‘Get Featured’ that I can barely cope, but I do my best to get as many of them up as possible. Tom shares with us his portrait work from the streets of Pittsburgh. Check it out. My name is Tom Souzer and I’m a street […]

Get featured: Jerome Treize

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Get featured: Jerome Treize

Get Featured: Jerome Treize Jerome shares with us his exploration of the secret courtyards hidden throughout Paris. He keeps it simple and lets the pictures do the talking. Check it out. Out of sight from the passing foot traffic. Concealed from the bustle of the street. Gently push the front door. Inside, the courtyard. An […]

In your bag No: 1392 – Alec Tucker

In your bag No: 1392, Alec Tucker Alec has a film stuffed bag for us today. 4 film cases! That is a lot of shooting. This is what Alec describes as a ‘semi-budget kit’, with some great classic cameras. Check it out. Hi, my name is Alec Tucker from Auburn, California. I’m currently a student […]

Extreme Armchair Photography – W. Eugene Smith

Extreme Armchair Photography – W. Eugene Smith by Paul Schofield Paul is back with the second in his ‘extreme armchair photography’ series. The last one was a fair while back though. This time taking on the work of W. Eugene Smith. Check it out. In the bag: On the set of Charlie Chaplin’s “Limelight” in […]

Mastering manual focus

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Mastering manual focus

Mastering manual focus by Lukasz from EYExploreTokyo Have you ever cursed your camera for missing that special moment in the streets? Do you ever struggle to get the subject quickly in focus before the fleeting moment is lost forever in the aether? Well then why not try manual focus? Below is a brief guide to […]