The moment I first saw Michael Knapstein’s “Midwest Memoir” series, I felt as if I’d been transported back to a place I hold dear and know well, but is made entirely new through his stunning images. Michael’s work is featured in the current issue ofÂ Adore Noir magazine. In the interview, he says, â€œThis is a very personal body of work for me. It is an … Continue reading Capture of the Day: Michael Knapstein
Armchair travel a la time lapse: Le Pas-de-Calais Continue reading Armchair Travel a la time lapse: Le Pas-de-Calais
Congrats to my friend Jens Krauer, a Swiss Fujifilm X-PHotographer Jens Krauer on his brilliant new production, “GFX Mash Up” by Jens Krauer x Billingham & Peak Design. Take a look as he visitsÂ Langstrasse in Zurich with the GFX 50S and GF110mmF2 R LM WR and documents the eclectic people in the area. *Filmed in 4K on X-T2 Continue reading “Just me, the camera & the stories that present themselves….”
Infrared photography has long been an interest of mine. I shot a little infrared film in college and have dabbled in it ever since. One aspect of photography that I’m fascinated with is capturing a view of the world that is real and surreal at once. I also experiment occasionally with long exposure digital infrared using an IR filter. Recently, I finally had my old … Continue reading The Magic of Infrared
LensCulture recently published a well-curated list of international photography competitions, festivals, grant announcements and more for the month of May. Take a look & set your work free: https://www.lensculture.com/articles/lensculture-editors-best-of-may-deadlines-for-competitions-grants-festivals-and-more Continue reading Best of May from LensCulture: A curated list of photo contests, festivals & more
Instagram. That’s where I came to know the work of Moscow-basedÂ street and skate culture photographer & filmmaker Petr Barabaka. What I love about being a writer is that my admiration for work or a place or a moment doesn’t have to stop there. I can keep asking questions. It turns out that Petr is something of a philosopher as well. He’s bold. He’s humble. He’s … Continue reading Capture of the Day: Petr Barabaka
Excerpt Originally published in Street Photography Magazine I spoke with British photographer and filmmaker Timothy Allen via Skype as I began my day on the West Coast of the United States and he was wrapping up his afternoon on his remote farm in Wales. Although he rarely photographs in urban settings, Allen is an expert when it comes to human culture and interaction. For two … Continue reading Inspiration: Timothy Allen
Go here to read about the picturesque isleÂ featured in the latest Star Wars trailer. Continue reading Where in the (real) World?