Tag: street photography

In your bag No: 565, Erik Gould Woah, there are rangefinder bags and then there are super rangefinders on steroids bags. And this is one of the latter. Just look at those beasties. A couple of those big ole Texas Leicas for you to drool over. Check it out.

Photography zines (and books) As promised in my previous post about photo zines and books, I am going to show and share any that I receive. And the first lot are in. I decided to show 3 photographers at a time so as not to overload you all. Enjoy.

Jesse’s book review, Infra by Richard Mosse In Jesse’s latest review, he covers another one of the books from my own collection, Infra by Richard Mosse. This was a book I picked up on a whim because I had seen others post about it online, but once I got the book I found a rich […]

Featured Photographer, Maciej Dakowicz I am delighted to be able to share with you the work of Maciej Dakowicz. Maciej has become a well known street photographer, mainly for his ‘Cardiff after dark’ piece. But there is more to Maciej than just this piece of work, come and read about this PhD graduate who quit […]

Istanbul and the Turkish unrest by Simon Becker In case you have not been watching the news, there has been a series of protests in Turkey in the last few weeks over the proposed demolition of the Taksim Gezi Park. This has been extensively covered by the western media, but in my opinion it is […]

In your bag No: 547, Colum LaVelle Colum shares his bag which still contains his first camera. That is pretty cool, and it is a very cool story as to why he has it. Come and check out this monster bag.

Your First 10,000 Photographs May Include Some of Your Best by Dan K After a recent comment on this site, Dan K has been kind enough to share with us his thoughts on one of the most well known, perhaps overused and possibly misquoted photography quotes of all time. Over to you Dan.

Photography zines (and books) I have received some very nice things in the post recently, some of which came as a bit of a surprise. This gave me an idea about photography zines and self published books. How about a feature? Read on and find out what I am on about.

Jesse’s book review, A beautiful catastrophe by Bruce Gilden Jesse’s review this week covers one of my personal books. This is a book I took a long time to come to and really respect. It wasn’t until I had met the man that I really understood where and how this book came to be. This […]

Change the way you look at things by Tristan Parker Tristan recently offered to contribute to the site with a piece about giving yourself a different perspective. Some interesting points made in this piece, and I would like to hear your views too.