From mystic alchemic art to film, from film to digital, and then to mobile phones. What’s next in this continuous process of democratising Photography?
Since I got my first full manual analogue camera, I wished for a digital one with the same look and feel but *capable of* producing film-like results on JPEG. Something like a Canon AT-1 with an SD card full of photos that look like “FUJIFILM industrial 100” or “Kodak Portra 160”. Although my wish came […]
Photography, or any creative venture for that matter, should never be a closely-guarded secret. No one should have to jump through hoops, play the game, or reach a certain level of ability before wisdom and knowledge is passed on to you. When I first started out on my journey into photography, it took the longest […]
This is a story of how it all started, my photography journey with my lovely, one of a kind, Zeiss Touit Planar 32mm F1.8 lens. First, let me introduce myself. I’m a Malaysian family man in Cambridge, MA and was on leave from my work since 2020 as my wife pursued her postgraduate study at […]
Hi Milorad! And thank you for all your availability for this interview. Would you like to start by introducing yourself?My name is Milorad Stanković, I am 37 years old, and I currently live near Novi Sad, more precisely in a small place on the slopes of the Fruška Gora mountain in Serbia. I work as […]
My name is Thiago Benevides, known on Instagram as @garouwafilms, I’m 34 years old, and I was born in São Paulo, Brasil. I started photographing in 2015 when I bought my first camera. After photographing the landscapes, birds and skyscrapers of São Paulo, I fell into the world of editorial fashion, photographing people in the […]
It was 7am on a typical Summer Thursday. My weekday routine of which I enjoy and don’t usually tire is mundane but I don’t say that with disdain. I have always thought of the repetitiveness as consistency which is generally a good thing. A consistent routine, consistent work has enabled me to make a living […]
In a small village on the wild western edge of Galicia’s Costa da Morte, Coast of Death, I glance upwards to check conditions overhead. This is a daily ritual. A bank of broken cloud is drifting in from the west, punctuating the page of blue overhead. On the horizon, past the black outline of Faro […]