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Analog Photography

  • Noah Jashinski

    Noah Jashinski – The New Analog

    Real film. No Photoshop.  No post. This is the Noah Jashinski mantra. Graduating from NYU in 2006, he is exploring the real deal. A road less traveled in a digitized society.…

  • Michael Putland

    Michael Putland – Pleased to Meet You

    Born in 1947, Michael Putland grew up in Harrow where he took his first pictures at the age of nine before leaving school at sixteen to work as an assistant to…

  • Chuck Close

    Chuck Close and the Daguerreotype

    Chuck Close  is really a consummate artist. No, I mean an artists’ artist. Like painting larger than life, realistic portraits. I’m talking about a recognized, MoMA artist. So, why mess with…

  • Gregory Crewdson

    Gregory Crewdson – Edward Hopper on Film

    In my mind, Gregory Crewdson is an Edward Hopper painting, made more realistic and  frozen on film. Gregory Crewdson and a NY State of Mind Gregory Crewdson was born in 1962…

  • Ferdinando Scianna

    Ferdinando Scianna – Sicilian Heat

    This is a short bio about a Sicilian photographer,…Ferdinando Scianna. I don’t know that it matters, but I should divulge I’m half Sicilian. The other half is Italian. Now, for those…

  • Bill Brandt

    Bill Brandt – High Contrast Distortion

    Bill Brandt was a British photographer born in 1904, and a founding father of photography’s modernist tradition whose half-century-long career defies neat categorization. While assisting ManRay in Paris, he started on…

  • F²/400

    New Lomography Color Negative

    In 2010, Lomography released F²/400 Color Negative film that was left to age in Hungary,…like a fine wine in oak casks. When they reopened it, they knew they’d made the right choice:…

  • Polaroid Big Shot

    Phillip Leeds – Big Shot

    Using the old Polaroid Big Shot camera and calling the book “Big Shots!“,  Phillip Leeds’ new coffee-table book naming convention seemed to make sense. In a weird way. A collection of…

  • Sante D'Orazio

    Sante D’Orazio – Death of Sensuality

    Sante D’Orazio prefers film over digital photography, which he feels takes away from the sensuality of his subjects. Imaging is subjective,….and I agree with him. So if you’re a dedicated digital…

  • Madonna

    Bettina Rheims – Hot Art

    Why people always ask me if Bettina Rheims is German,…I have no clue. Probably her name. She’s French, born and raised. Second, while she’s kind of hot, (see pic), I don’t…

  • Martin Parr photographer

    Martin Parr – Art or Street?

    Martin Parr Mamiya 7? Martin Parr Mamiya 7,….kind of synonymous. Like his full name. The conundrum is in respect to what category he truly falls into. But the much respected Magnum…