Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Alexi Hobbs

Some really great and interesting stuff by Hobbs dealing with isolation and darkness can be found over here: http://alexihobbs.com/

Monday, November 30, 2009

Dan Holdsworth

I love warp, i love Dan so I love this brought about by YES. The prints are currently for sale if anyone would like to get me one for christmas? No. Oh well. You can check out more of Dans work over at: http://www.danholdsworth.com/

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Yeasayer / Ambling Alp

Yeasayer - Ambling Alp from Spy Films on Vimeo.

This video is strangely awesome and you should all check it out to make your own minds.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Steve Poxson

My latest work is up on my website and you can see more at www.barricadethestreet.com

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Biony Ridley

Biony Ridley relies on a element of chance with her photographs to capture a almost surreal mix of adventure and portraiture. Check out more of her work at: http://www.brionyridley.com/

Monday, November 23, 2009

Dave Geeting

Photographs from Dave Geeting's scared to death series. If you like these be sure to check out a

Blood of the Young / Exteens collaboration of a brilliant twist on a photo zine. See more here: http://www.davegeeting.com

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Bieke Depoorter

Picking up several awards with this series of photographs Bieke Depoorter’s shots capture her journey along the trans siberian train visiting a forgotten land many have never seen. Catch more of this amazing work at: http://www.biekedepoorter.be

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

John Hinde

Fantastic photographs of Butlins holiday camp taken in the 1960's which surely put Martin Parrs photos to shame. (Lets just say I prefer his film work). You can own these photographs with the new ATP documentary available through warpfilm id check it out: http://ourtrueintent.com/

Friday, November 6, 2009

Yann Faucher.

This guy is good, the kinda good that makes me feel good and bad inside at the same time. Good as the photographs are amazing but bad as I didnt take them, so jealous much yes, yes I am. There is something so beautiful and simple at the same time. Check out more at: http://www.twelvejuly.com/

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Julia Galdo

There is a great interview with Julia Galdo over on the feaverish photography blog. Her images are stunning and well
worth checking out see more at: http://juliagaldo.com/

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Margaret Durow

I dont post enough black and white stuff for a photography blog really! Dont get me wrong I love black and white photography so i really dont know why! Which leads me on beautifully to Margaret Durow 's work which uses black and white wonderfully to create some really striking images.
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Sunday, October 25, 2009

Autumn Sonnichsen

Autumn Sonnichsen has some beautiful work over on her website some of it with a very Araki feel to them.

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Jaap Scheeren

Taken from his series '3 Roses, 9 Ravens, 12 Months' Jaap is a highly prolific photographer who has hundreds of great images over at his webpage. Check more out at: http://www.jaapscheeren.nl/

Monday, October 19, 2009

Nicole Lesser

Nicole Lesser's portraits are highly personnel and show a close relationship between the photographer and the subject. This
allows Lesser to be a lot more adventurous with what she captures crossing boundaries that are normally closed to a
stranger and photographer. Check out more of the work at: http://www.nicolelesser.com/

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Violeta Niebla's

I dont know what it is about what I suppose we have coined the phrase the lomo look where photographs are bleached by light in unpredictable ways leaving orbs of colour, or the soft focus of a photograph when most would sort for an ultra sharpness, but we all seem to find a certain magic to them. The work of Niebla is a wonderful example of what can be achieved turning already touching or special moments into magical scenes. See more of the work at her flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/violetaniebla/

Friday, October 16, 2009

Let The Right One In

Its been a while but all has been busy but now a few days off means I can comment on the Beautiful world of everything photography related. But on a slight tangent today I just want to talk about Let The Right One In, a Swedish Vampire film. The words wow don't even begin to describe the beautiful photography in this film, you could pause the film at any time and on the screen would be a magnificent still. I really cant explain how wonderfully beautiful I found this film especially as it climaxes into one of the most fantastic final scenes. Go out and watch this now.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Madi Ju

Maid Ju has been on my blog before as half of the blog my little dead dick. When the relationship ended and they went there separate ways Ju returned to china to become a fashion photographer in china. I think it would be easy to dismiss her solo work as lacking the emotional depth of before but it is there if not so in your face and blatant. See more of her work at: http://madiju.com/

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Jim Lucio aka Defekto

I was thinking about doing this a while back until I found this guys site and decided he was making a much better job of it than I ever would. Lucio aka Defekto is posting each polaroid he takes as the stock depletes and he eventually runs out. He has some really interesting models for the project which he employs from his site. the only danger he now has is if the Impossible Project bring polaroid back and he will have take them forever but that would by no means be a bad thing. Check out more here at: http://lastdaysofpolaroid.com/blog