Nick is not only a brilliant photographer, but he also helps and inspires a whole community of people with his videos and messages.Read More
TGIF! Also, the first Artist Interview of October is here.
Martina Kettner is a film photographer from Austria. I'm a big fan of her work as a whole, but particularly the images she creates with her Holga. Let's learn more about her and her photography!
All images in this post were made by Martina Kettner.Read More
It's Friday, it's Artist Interviews time!
This week, I had the pleasure to talk to François, a film photographer from Paris, France. He shoots mostly black and white, both 35mm and medium format. And he has a very interesting (and unique) way to give his images a title.
All images in this post were made by François Madelin.Read More
For this week's Artist Interviews, I had the pleasure to interview Darren Kelland. I absolutely love Darren's B&W work, his images resonate with me.
Darren is a film photographer, and creates his images using a Hasselblad camera and Ilford HP5+.
All images in this post were made by Darren Kelland.Read More
This is the second chapter of a new weekly series called Artist Interviews, where I interview a photographer with a body of work I admire.
Mike is a traditional photographer and uses only film and his darkroom to create his images. The effort and care shows in every print.
All the images in this post were made by Mike Meal.Read More
This is the first chapter of a new weekly series called *Artist Interviews*, where I interview a photographer with a body of work I admire.
Brendon is a photographer I've been following for quite a while on Instagram. He's got quite an impressive collection of images from the forests of the PNW, making photographing trees look easy (it's not!).
All the images in this post were made by Brendon Holt.Read More