After catching the NANTA Cookin’ Show at the Jeongdong Theatre, take a left and stroll down the historic Jeongdong Street towards the Deoksugung Palace. Jeongdong Street lies in the centre of Seoul and has a wealth of colonial heritage hidden within its tree-lined cobblestone walks.
After taking a left from the Nanta Theatre, the first signs of why the street’s heritage begins to reveal itself through various signs announcing the locations of several foreign embassies. When Korea opened up its society to the world in the late 19th century, the world’s great powers located their embassies in Jeongdong, near Deoksugung Palace, the then royal residence of the Korean Emperor.
Missionaries soon followed and the first Methodist church, Chungdong First Church, was soon constructed. Today, Chungdong First Church still remains and it’s red brick façade is a landmark in Jeongdong Street. Further down, the Seoul Museum of Art and public art installations can be admired by visitors.
Th temperature rises up as longer days and shorter nights are abound. For our Monday Moodboard, we hope we motivate you with nothing but an optimistic gallery befitting the lax yet inspiring visuals of summertime.
Traveling and taking photographs goes hand in hand. Ardent globetrotter Noé McCrae (@noafromdablock) started his journey across different countries as a means of self-discovery. An interest to document these travels comes naturally. So now, each place he visits is carefully composed into minimalist frames using disposable cameras.
Still life photography may be one of the most undermined genres in photography, and it's easy to see why -- it seems easy, but it's truly difficult to nail it. You have to plan your photograph, instead of merely snapping here and there. Watch this video for seven tipsters.
The Floating Piers was a years-long installation that once graced Iseo Lake in Italy. As dismantling of the site-specific installation commences, photographer Mara Palena recalls her visit to the Piers and discuss some of her inklings on traveling and photography.
You may already know Kamila K Stanley, young photographer and vivid globe-trotter. Always on the move, on the verge of a new adventure, Kamila spent some days in Paris during that spring time filled with soft light and acidulous colors. She took the newest Neptune Convertible Art Lens System with her, and this is the result.
Hanna Varela, also known as Ponzi in the Lomography community, names the Lomo LC-A+ Russia Day as her favorite camera. We had a quick chat with her about her experience with the Lomo LC-A+ through all these years.