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jakestangel: It’s amazing how digital photography all of a sudden made shooting film on assignment, or for commercial work (which I still can get away with, sometimes), seem RISKY. The possibility of exposed film/botched film seems almost more manageable to me then a corrupted card or something like that (and that’s why there are digi techs and why they get paid bank to keep assets safe). On...
I think a picture of an empty parking lot can be loaded with political meaning....– Darin Mickey’s “Archeology of the Absurd” | A collaboration with Spaces Corners | FlakPhoto.com
Kodak’s got to go back and crunch their numbers about the film market. All...– “Film division is still profitable,” says Kodak [update] - British Journal of Photography (via photographsonthebrain)
People who create things of value deserve to be rewarded for that creation, no...– Franklin Veaux (via chipotle)
In addition to this, collectively we as photographers frequently moan about how...– James Dodd, on leaving Flickr. James’ thoughts largely mirror my own regarding Flickr at the moment. I use it less and less as time moves on, and my visits and posting there are largely down to habit, rather than anything else. It’s a damn shame that Yahoo couldn’t be bothered to...
The challenge for artists is just as it is for everyone,” Robert Adams once said...– On marrying a photographer « LITTLE BROWN MUSHROOM BLOG
We might call it the hunter’s moment. It is that instant when eye, brain and...– Tim Connor: Alex Webb — “The Suffering of Light”
…there’s an element of fantasy and storytelling involved. It’s sometimes...– Shane Lynam | LPV Magazine I’m a big fan of Shane’s photography, as well as his dedication, and its been great to see his work develop over the time I’ve been following him. This interview on LPV is a great read, and an interesting insight into the persistent value of formal...
Anders Petersen, via http://timeinturkey.org/ Anyone who is planning to pick up a camera within the next year should watch this video, and pay attention. Almost every word is gold.