Ahh, New York, The City That Never Sleeps. So much can be said and done in the boiling pot of the world. Each person are of unique and outstanding character, with each corner easily romanticized. it is no wonder why most of literature and cinema is in love with the place.
After a personal experience as a gay nightclub denizen and after the AIDS crisis, photographer Richard Renaldi has rediscovered a new appreciation for the urban landscape and the regular New Yorker. In his new series, Renaldi was strolling around the streets of Manhattan on early Sunday mornings with his large format camera, looking for spontaneous sights of fancy. Each photograph and portrait are of singular mood, with captions according to the time they were taken.
The birth of New Yorker punk -- the CBGB was the unlikely beaming light of a seemingly nearly-apocalyptic New York in the 1970's. Photographer David Godlis caught this special time and place with his camera.
Cody Bratt is one of a kind photographer who fell in love with instant photography early on. Working with a Polaroid camera certainly shaped his photographic style and allowed him to capture the pure essence of photography- both heart and soul.
Greek photographer John Voulgarakis might have had several lives already - but they were all around photography. In this interview, he talks about his true love for the LC-A camera, mentions the affect of the Greek crisis over the artistic scene and invites us for a trip in the streets of his beloved Athens.
Alessandro Casagrande is a film photographer based in Milan where he gained a BA at the Italian Institute of Photography. He was fascinated with photography from an early age and it became a way of communicating his vision and capturing dreams and desires along the way.
Gone are the days when passionate photographers trek hills and mountains with their large cameras, recreating the journey of Ansel Adams around American parks... or is it really gone? Landscape photographer Thomas Heaton isn't ready to let go of his bulky large format just yet.
The 1970's was the decade of the Greenpeace and revolution -- anti-war insurgencies, anti-Vietnam war protests, and pro-environment movements were rampant across the world. But for the youth in Vancouver, 1970's was a turning point.
Revel in the crystal-clear sharpness, natural colors, and dreamy bokeh of the resurrected Russian masterpiece that is the Jupiter 3+ Art Lens! Purchase your very own brass beauty now while our limited supplies last, and get it shipped to you by the end of June 2017!
Traditional notions of masculinity have been thrown out of the window. In the photography of English portraitist Joseph Barrett, it is high time for the world to start looking at people without pre-judging eyes.