C’est la vie in B&W – Vladimir Panasenko If you are in San Francisco, or planning to be there soon then there is an exhibition that you should definitely go and see, not just for the brilliant street photography, but also because of the stunning and unique cameras that were used to make it. Vladimir […]
Inspired Eye Digital Magazine Vol: 20 A new issue of Inspired Eye has arrived and this one is a corker. Lo-fi street photography, travel and everything in between. And still a bargain at less than the price of a venti double shot soy skinny macha latte.
Art & Photography: Tim Kerr in Tokyo I am always interested in anything photography related, and being a former art student I also love seeing interesting art. So when artist/photographer Tim Kerr told me he would be in Tokyo I thought it might be cool to share with you what Tim does. Check it out.
How Do You Relieve Photographer’s Creative Block? By Dan K After a bit of sojourn, Dan K is back with a very thought provoking piece that covers something that I myself have been feeling lately. Namely creative block. This has come at the perfect time and spurred me to action after reading it. Read on.
Inspired Eye Digital Magazine Vol: 19 A new issue of Inspired Eye is here. If you have not got one yet, grab one now, you won’t regret it. I swear, this webzine gets bigger and bigger, now over 300+ pages of photographic goodness.
What’s the point of film? By Paul Schofield Paul Schofield is back with another article. Following on from his ‘what’s the point in taking pictures‘ article, Paul now ponders the question many wonder. What is the point of film? Well, let’s see shall we?
Photography zines (and books) No: 26 I swear I am trying to get through these books. Apologies to all who have sent them and have been waiting. I truly love getting them and love to have them on hand. Keep them coming.
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.