The contrast of makeup and a girlish outfit, of crisp and saturated Ektar; the series reflects on a quiet dilemma, in a pretty picture.
We sat down with Thien Nguyen, a professional film photographer based out of Washington DC and a staff photographer for the magazine. She talked about her work, creative process, and some of the challenges she faces as an ethnic female artist.
The area was once part of a vast inland sea that covered a large area of Southern California.
If you love photography, shooting and exploring new places with your friends may be one of your favorite things to do. Nothing can beat capturing beautiful banal photos when you're with the people you enjoy the company of and share the same interests as you.
Ifreke Inyang, model and student at Texas Tech University contributes to the conversation on race, culture, and diversity.
We sat down with the founding members of Howdy Gals, a booking and promotions group based in Austin, Texas that promote and shoot various local shows.
This renders the towns as if they are in a time capsule, totally separated from the art on the islands. The docks are worn down as if they had seen time pass it by while it remained unchanged.
The majority of the work is created by exploring the streets and getting lost, trying to find new and interesting places that might contribute to the story.
From being the founder of a clothing brand to essentially being both curator and head of a magazine and being an art director of a creative agency, Adam Warren, caught up with Sadie Bailey to chat about not only his recent projects and collaborations but also the process of creating your own various creative outlets.
While Whitefield’s pictures were made using a film camera and traditional printing techniques, his approach to his subject matter is far from traditional. Inspired by The New Topographics, one cannot help but consider Whitefield an outsider to his subject matter.
An expansive exhibition exploring the pivotal moments in the 1980s when artwork became a commodity and the artist, a brand.
This project documents schoolboys and their surroundings in their final year of school, as they look ahead to the future.
My goal was to construct a fake narrative from the photographs that I shot throughout my journey. The resultant series, presenting a fictive vision of my short travels through New Zealand.
The recurring technique in most of my work is collage. This is the result of many factors that start from the same culture of my country, Cuba, as this was the place where I have spent most of my life. Cuba, itself, is a collage of different cultures, races, and influences.
People are naturally drawn to ask about my camera and start a conversation with me about it in the water. I hope that people’s intrigue in the Nikonos and the images I produce is what creates an interest in my photography, and not the fact that I am a woman swimming with a camera.
In Perennial, Daniel Martin considers the palm tree in Perth as a symbol for the nostalgic notion of the “Australian Dream.” Focusing on the introduced tropical palm species that are prevalent in the dry, northern suburbs.
Over years of shooting film and processing it myself in the darkroom, I’ve learned how genuine this type of photography is and how distant it is to today’s cameras.
If you truly love photography and your lover, it would be a natural reaction to capture the little moments of your life together.
But as you get older your friend group gets smaller and best friends become old memories. Life gets in the way and at the end of the day, you'll only have yourself. That chapter ends and a new one begins.
The perfect combination of artistic and dreamy photos shot in wildflower fields of California.
If you’re on the fence about becoming a museum member, consider the following benefits of museum membership.
If you’ve got Tumblr and you follow one of those hipster blogs that reblog random, aesthetic pictures, chances are that you’ve seen at least one of Adam J. Kurtz’s art pieces. It could have been the SORRY I’M SUCH AN ASSHOLE balloons, or maybe a page from his book "1 Day at a Time".
FILM IS NOT DEAD BY IVAN SANTIAGO - The images captured portray the arid landscapes of West Texas with an ink of controversy from the recent racist events that are happening across America.
MONOCHROME CITY by Sam Cashmore - Coming from digital photography meant that I am extremely used to shooting colour and the “shoot now, think later” style. I had never really been exposed to the joy and art of shooting black and white. Pushing myself like this has helped me understand my photography more and helped me understand who I want to be as a photographer.
SEASIDE RENAISSANCE BY Coralie Pilte You'll see what I was talking about earlier: this peculiar beauty and peacefulness. The perfect ending to an afternoon away from the day-to-day madness.
ENDLESS SUMMER by Sadie Bailey -
California isn’t just this safe space for me to run to every time I feel broken - it’s also the most beautiful place in the whole fucking world. From sunrise to sunset, I spent every waking second there completely overwhelmed by how much I appreciate my life.
MELBOURNE, BITTER - Once the countdown to graduation began, so did my countdown to Australia.