I live in the Philippines and we have only two seasons: blazing hot and dripping wet. We are a storm battered nation, it's that or we roast in the sun. Well, that’s how I look at it.
Faced with the task of writing about my favorite childhood photo, I dug deep into our attic to look for something worthwhile to present. What I got instead was a small epiphany. Read on!
Experience and roots provide a varied interpretation of the world for everyone. For photographer Clarissa Bonet, it is the sunny landscapes of Florida and the slicked out city scene of Chicago that made all the difference.
Don't know how to go about writing your #MakingMemories childhood in analogue piece? Read on for a bit of inspiration.
Controversy is guaranteed with ‘The Neighbors’, Arne Svenson’s last exhibition. This artistic photographer took pictures of the dwellers of a building close to his studio in New York. Very interesting work, but undoubtedly controversial too.
The photographer Thimothy Archibald shares with us his interesting and moving project. In his series ‘Echolilia’, Archibald explores his relationship with his autistic son Elijah.
St. Elmo is a ghost town, located at 9,961 feet (3,036 m) in the Sawatch Mountains in Colorado. Once a flourishing gold and silver mining town, it became deserted when the industry declined. It's still accessible today through a thirty-minute drive outside of Buena Vista.
Paul Newman With a Cat on His Shoulder While Eating Ice-Cream in a Zoo Where No Dogs and Pets Are Allowed
Here's a list of things the internet is always into: famous people, cats and trolling. So here is a photo of Paul Newman with a cat on his shoulder while eating ice-cream in a zoo where no dogs and pets are allowed – by the way: aren't dogs pets anyway?
First time to take photos with film and itching to find out more? The analogue world has many surprises and interesting photographic experiences in store for you, so we've put together a little guide which aims to arm you with everything you need to know when it comes to available film formats.
Henri Cartier-Bresson, through his works and words, have inspired countless photographers through the years. Eli Sinkus of 522 Productions is among the inspired lot and here's what he has to show for it!
An Icelandic-Danish artist came up with an amazing concept that explores and experiments with the physical and visual facets of reading an actual book. We bet you've never thought that books could be read in the manner you'll learn about after the jump!
Sometimes, there's no explaining it. There's no need to think about it or over-analyze anything. Not often, but sometimes, you just know.
Symbiosis, as captured on film.