It’s 40 years since the troubled US photographer took her own life, but her images continue to reveal the camera’s predatory nature. via the guardian
A new show suggests that webcams, Google Street View and a cat named Nancy Bean are set to change the world of photography as we know it via the guardian.
As mentioned in previous posts, three months ago Tim Hetherington was killed by Gaddafi’s forces in Libya. Nine days after Tim Hetherington was killed, I received an email from him. It was sent on April 20, the day he died, but for whatever reason, spent a week in digital purgatory. I read it at 2 a.m. [...]
I don’t photograph adults so much any more. I don’t have a child and, psychologically, my focus on them is a lot about me wishing that I did. But I am a godmother to friends’ children around the world – in Berlin, New York, Sweden and Italy. I don’t remember much ever feeling like a [...]
Kai is selling 5 Riteway / Fidelity 4 x 5 filmholders for $15 each or all 5 for $65. He also has 2 graflex wooden holders for $10 each, both are nice and warp free. He is also selling a Gossen Luna Pro lightmeter in excellent condition with protective red velvet leather case and battery [...]
Conducted on Zero Avenue, Abbotsford British Columbia 20,000 cubic feet of smoke blown into the Uniter States across the International Boundary. Scanned document, Refusal of Entry into the USA. Click through to view the video.
you think you are breaking out the the box taking a 4 x 5 on location? photographer aaron gustafson attaches a 4 x 5 camera to his helmet while he skydives. now that is neat. the images are stunning. here is a video of him. via photojojo.
i didn’t make up the title. seems like this prototype is becoming more and more popular with the integration of an iphone within a camera body. the back seems to even mimic the way one would load 35mm film into the back. via the design blog.
as I am sure, most of you are aware that Atlantis lifted off to it’s final mission last week. as told by todd heisler of the new york times photography blog (lens), philip scott andrews was born when the space shuttle program was well on it’s way. his father, scott andrews is a photographer and [...]
dmitry gudgov started a photo series after beginning to ride his bike around the streets of nyc. he titled the project #BikeNYC, the hash tag on twitter associated with the bike culture conversation in new york city. you can see gudgov’s work in the #BikeNYCgroup on Flickr. the portraits are quite stunning and are accompanied by a short [...]