Tag: Photography

Get Featured: Theo Santana

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Get Featured: Theo Santana

Get Featured: Theo Santana Theo is back here again and sheds some light for us on an obscure side of China which deserves some more attention, especially in recent shocking news. I have been in China over 7 years and my dream was always to go to Xinjiang, a region in China with a lot of […]

Get Featured: Mickaël André

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Get Featured: Mickaël André

Get Featured: Mickaël André Mickaël’s been tasked to shoot the images for his band’s latest album artwork and he’s decided film’s the way to go. My name is Mickaël André, I live in Toulouse, south of France. I play music in various bands since a long time now and the visual aspect of each album […]

At the Wim of Words: Photography vs. Faux-tography

At the Wim of Words: Photography vs. Faux-tography My oh my. The renowned film director and photographer Wim Wenders recently took a breather from his Polaroids exhibition to opine on the state of photography in this short interview with the BBC. “I do believe that everybody’s a photographer. We’re all taking billions of pictures, so […]

Get Featured: Suraj Bhamra

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Get Featured: Suraj Bhamra

Get Featured:Suraj Bharma Suraj has a salient message about the state of the States as his project aims to tackle some elusive societal woes. My name is Suraj Bhamra, I am a 28 year old photographer from Detroit, Michigan (USA). I recently completed a project named “Loess” which I wanted to share with you in […]

Opportunity Manifest: Make Film Great Again

Opportunity Manifest: Make Film Great Again Anyone else got qualms with the state of photography coming out of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue? An opportunity to do something about it has manifested; The New York Times has posted a job listing seeking a staff photographer who will primarily cover the White House and Capitol Hill and be based in Washington D.C. […]

Get Featured: Mario Zorzi

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Get Featured: Mario Zorzi

Get Featured: Mario Zorzi Mario shares with us an intimately poignant project that is both haunting and humbling. Don’t nobody go nowhere. Hello, my name is Mario Zorzi and I come from Verona, Italy. I share with you this project with which I am trying to document my father’s disease. The title, “nelle mani del Padre” […]

Japanese Female Film Photographers if you don’t know, now you know

Japanese Female Film Photographers if you don’t know, now you know (This post may be considered NSFW) It wasn’t until Billie Jean King defeated Bobby Riggs 6–4, 6–3, 6–3 in 1973’s “Battle of the Sexes” exhibition match that women began to gain respect in tennis and the sports world thereafter. It’s taken photography some time; […]

Get Featured: Daniel Valledor

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Get Featured: Daniel Valledor

Get Featured:Daniel Valledor Daniel said adios to digital and went pure analog, even making his own homebrew developer as he introduces us to the colorful characters of the streets of Madrid. Check it out. I’m Daniel Valledor, a photographer from Madrid, and I’ve been reading your blog for quite some time now. I really enjoy […]

Get Featured: Damien Drew

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Get Featured: Damien Drew

Get Featured: Damien Drew “Wabi-sabi” is an oft-misinterpreted concept but Damien does it justice and portrays it beautifully in his latest book. Don’t go anywhere. I first travelled to Japan during the spring of 2006 and was immediately struck by the contrast between the hyper-modern technology focused cities and the remnant facades that were scattered […]

Get Featured: Jared Siegel

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Get Featured: Jared Siegel

Get Featured: Jared Siegel Jared shares with us how his journey into photography was a major tool in sorting out his life. Check it out. My name is Jared Siegel and I live in Hollywood, California. The images I’m sharing are from my series Twelve Past Two. This series is from a time in my […]