thomas van der zaag takes nice picturesREAD MORE
please appreciate these photos by maren celest, as they are excellent. the bearded man + trees double exposure is just amazing… (on film, not photoshopped) i would blow it up to a meter wide and hang it on my wall for posterity.READ MORE
get back in your bookREAD MORE
one of the many reasons i want to visit the states is to someday partake in a great american road trip. kyle johnson and friends did just that, and photographed some beautiful landscapes. see the entire set at flickr.READ MORE
a wonderful set of photographs from the seventies by george plemper titled riverside school in my early days i was employed as a science teacher at riverside school … my negatives and photographs sat mouldering in the back of my garage for 30 years before the wonders of the digital age allowed me to rescue them.READ MORE
photos of mumbai, by alexander gronskyREAD MORE
remember these pics i took at neuschwanstein castle in bavaria? well luiz pires kicked my sweet little photo set’s ass.READ MORE
when i first saw joey lawrence‘s photography of holy men, tribes and people in ethiopia, india & indonesia, i thought that he must be a veteran photographer… possibly over 40, probably more like over 50 – with years of experience and travelling under his belt. turns out he was born in 1987 (which makes him […]READ MORE
the selby always impresses, and i really really love this project he did for cole haan. wow.READ MORE
i agonized for about 5 seconds over whether i had posted about peter baker before (i’m pretty sure i haven’t, but my tagging can be sporadic). even if i have – these photographs warrant a second look. and a third & fourth etc. i just love them, especially his images of iceland (what is with me and iceland?). i could hardly pick my top photos to feature, so please go over to his flickr and have a gander.
he also sums up his sentiments on film vs digital quite nicely:
If it didn’t look a million times better, I wouldn’t bother with it (film). Of course it’s subjective, but film looks more like what I saw when I made the photo. Plus, I like making decisions about what my photo will look like before I take it, rather than monkeying for hours on the computer to try and recreate what I saw. Photography is what I do to get away from the ‘puter, digital just makes for more sitting down time.