Cropping hasn’t been a real dilemma with my photography for a long time. Because I’m forced by a lack of fast lenses to take wide-angle shots of performances with the new Olympus and kit zoom lens, it leaves me lots of choices. How much of the natural obstructions on a stage does one leave in? Monitors especially are just big black masses, but sometimes a composition feels more balanced when it isn’t too tight. An unexpected challenge, to be sure.
Robert Capa is one of those legendary figures in photojournalism, but for the most part, we’re only familiar with his black and white images.
The International Center of Photography in New York has launched an exhibition featuring 125 unseen color photos by Capa himself.
Chocolate Polaroids from a walk around the Mission District, San Francisco, all photographs by Heather Polley
Yesterday was National Chocolate Day, and to celebrate the occasion lots of Polaroid Chocolate film photographers spent the weekend shooting some of the last frames left of our precious film. Check out The Last Bite of Chocolate Flickr group for more goodies!
After an inventory check, I was delighted to see how many packs I still have saved up in my fridge. Time for a trip to Pt. Reyes with some of it before it gets too cold and stormy!
Dennis Manarchy created a 35-foot view camera – the world’s largest film camera – for his series documenting 50 unique American cultures. August Sander on steroids.