stevenjmesser:

Back from Italy with a ton of photos to sort through so take a look at this sunset for a bit.

Italy was smashing

stevenjmesser:

Back from Italy with a ton of photos to sort through so take a look at this sunset for a bit.

Italy was smashing

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prattphotography:

The Contemporary Photobook: New Perspectives in Publishing

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Call for Writing Proposals


The Contemporary Photobook: New Perspectives in Publishing Edited by Larissa Leclair Published by the Indie Photobook Library and Conveyor Editions This collection of essays will discuss the current state of the photobook in historical context, specifically focusing on the rise of independent and self-published imprints and their role in reshaping the publishing paradigm. 

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prattphotography:

Ends in 6 days, 16 hours

Call for Writing Proposals

The Contemporary Photobook: New Perspectives in Publishing Edited by Larissa Leclair Published by the Indie Photobook Library and Conveyor Editions This collection of essays will discuss the current state of the photobook in historical context, specifically focusing on the rise of independent and self-published imprints and their role in reshaping the publishing paradigm. 
Submit!

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Conversation with Wouter Van de Voorde

vcsd:

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VCSD: How long have you been making photographs?

WV: I have been taking photos since I was 16 (I am 32 now) but it feels like it has been only 4 years since I really started. Studying painting and printmaking, I got into the image making business ages ago. Where I am at…

Wouter, how’d I get a print?

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(Source: tamaralich)

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jodyrogac:

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(Source: bexcook)

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juophoto:

Who’s driving

juophoto:

Who’s driving

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delaneyallen:

iPhone Photo

delaneyallen:

iPhone Photo

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brian-vu:

I wonder when photographers will be finished taking photographs of cars and fruit

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delaneyallen:

From the series A Personal Nature (2013).

delaneyallen:

From the series A Personal Nature (2013).

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equation-wise, the first thing to do is to consider time as officially ended. we work on the other side of time.