Eastman Double-X 35mm black and white film. Man, this is a very cool film with a very cool look. It’s one of Kodak’s motion picture film stocks but is also available from places like Film Photography Projects online store, as well as Cinistill to shoot in 35mm cameras. I gotta say, even just after shooting […]
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I’ve been talking a lot about fashion photographer, David Bailey these days. Well, here’s one more episode in which I’ll do more of just that. Enjoy. The Link THE REAL BLOW UP SIXTIES FILM DOCUMENTARY PART1
We talk a lot these days about meaningful photography, work that matters; and yeah, while that is important to stay focused on (pun intended), there’s another aspect to photography that I find equally important. That’s the therapeutic affect photography can have for most of us. Enjoy.
As a creative, especially when new to working as a professional photographer, many find it a little uncomfortable when it comes to the point of asking for the money or knowing what to charge. I want to talk a little bit about that in this episode. Enjoy.
I’m a big fan of documentaries; the behind the scenes stuff. Some of my favorite photos to see are those of people who have been photographed, or documented in someway while they were creating. Sometimes I’m actually more excited by seeing those photos than I am of the actual finished work. We all know people […]
I’ve got an excersise that I do from time to time in order to hopefully keep improving my photographic eye; to continue to help strengthen my photographic vision. I’ll share that with you in this episode along with another page from Jay Maisel’s book, It’s Not About The F Stop that kind of chimes in […]
Recently, in a coupe different episodes I kind of went on and on and on about the joy of using a Holga camera. Man, they are a lot of fun to use, and can give you pretty beautiful results. Last week a saw a video from Landscape Photographer, Steve O’nion. In this video Steve showed […]
I’m often drawn to photographing things from the past. To me, having something in the photography that’s from, say, the 1950s makes the photograph more interesting. Why, because although it may have been incredibly ordinary and common back in those days, it’s not ordinary or common anymore; and it does represent a little slice of […]
I see so much of my own photography. It’s probably the photography I see the most of. Even when I’m searching out other photographers for inspiration, I’m often look for work that might be somewhat similar to my own. But, sometimes I find inspiration when I come across a photographer who’s style might be quite […]
I read a post on Blue Moon Camera and Machine’s website yesterday. It was an article by photographer, Katt Janson Merilo titled, Vivian Maier, Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Photography. The Links Vivian Maier, Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Photography (Written by Katt Janson Merilo) FindingVivianMaier.com […]