Paranoid Android: Street photography in 2017 「おい！何やってんだよォ!」translates as “Hey, what are you doing?” but tone trumps words in Japanese, so it was more like a “what the f**k do you think you’re doing!?” This was lovingly shouted into my left ear by a bystander after snapping a photo of a boy in a school uniform […]
Why I appreciate film photographers… by Alex Jackson-Smith A guest post for the weekend. Alex Jackson-Smith discusses how the internet has changed the way photography is perceived, and the arguements that have followed over the digital vs film debate. An interesting piece that is certain to lead to its own discussion. Why I appreciate film […]
Lomography for Newbies Preface: The exciting toy-camera artistic movement has exploded in recent years. More and more people are having a go. Some are experienced, expert photographers who want to lighten up and play without obsessing over detail, some are comparative film neophytes who are intrigued by brightly coloured, trendy looking toy cameras and the […]
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.
Part 3 of Jean-Baptiste Meriem’s photographic journey In part 3 of this ongoing series, Jean-Baptiste talks to us about his experiences in developing his photographic technique and the lessons he has learned along the way. A very enjoyable read, I hope you think so too.
Part 2 of Jean-Baptiste Meriem’s photographic journey In part 2 of this ongoing series, Jean-Baptiste talks to us about his experiences in developing his photographic technique and the lessons he has learned along the way. A very enjoyable read, I hope you think so too.
Jean-Baptiste Meriem takes us on a personal journey In this series, photographer Jean-Baptiste Meriem is going to take us on a personal journey of how he discovered photography, what it means to him and what he has learned. In this first piece Jean-Baptiste introduces himself and his work.