04/29/2014 — by Nuno Oliveira
Went back in time looking through this “New York in the 80’s” photoset on Steven Siegel’s Flickr. There’s currently 386 photos from when NYC was a totally different place than it is now. The photo above was titled “Hole in Manhattan Bridge Walkway”. Crazy.
If you want to go deeper, he’s got a lot more sets to get lost in.
03/11/2014 — by Harrison Boyce
Not since the elamenop.com days have I actually sat down and spent a lot of time putting a personal portfolio site together. I’ve always just whipped something together out of necessity, but this latest rendition of my portfolio changes that. The site is broken up into three sections, film/photo/stories… The film section is pretty similar to my last site, but I’m super excited about the photos and stories section. I’ve been shooting photos forever, but have never actually put a real portfolio together. It has been a lot of fun digging through my archives and organizing all my work into specific galleries. The stories section is where I’ll be posting all my personal work from now on. I’m always doing random projects on my own and am looking forward to having a home for them.
Check it all out here! harrisonboyce.com
03/06/2014 — by Harrison Boyce
An incredible short film by photojournalist and film maker Tim Hetherington, who was killed in the the 2011 Libyan civil war.
02/28/2014 — by Nuno Oliveira
If conceptual photography based on dreams/sleep paralysis is up your alley, than eyeball Nicolas Bruno’s work HERE and HERE.
01/13/2014 — by Nuno Oliveira
Tristan who? Tristan Afre, AKA Gutstains. Same person and both shoot photos. This is the first Autophoto of 2014, so thanks to Guts for delivering the goods.
Click below to check out Tristan’s Autophoto and be sure to follow him on Instagram too.
01/06/2014 — by Harrison Boyce
An hour and a half documentary with the man himself.
01/05/2014 — by Harrison Boyce
Some entertaining clips and quotes in this doc about photographer Mark Choen.
01/02/2014 — by Harrison Boyce
It’s crazy that 2013 is already behind us and as the year comes to an end I always have fun looking back at my photos over the past twelve months. I was able to do some pretty incredible stuff over the past year and see some pretty incredible places and I can’t wait to see where this year takes me. To kick 2014 off I put together a collection of photos from last year shot on various cameras. I really felt like I spent a lot of time thinking about my photography, trying to figure out what type of photographer I am and hopefully that translated into my work. Out of everything I did, I still enjoy roaming around the streets on my own with my point and shoot snapping photos of all the random stuff that catches my eye.
01/02/2014 — by Harrison Boyce
I became aware of Martha Cooper’s work from the documentary – Everybody Street. She has some amazing black and white images of the Lower East Site when it was super crazy and blown out… looking like a war zone. She also has an incredible documentation of the early NY Graffiti scene.
Keep reading to check out more of her work.
01/01/2014 — by Nuno Oliveira
I always enjoy Vince Perraud’s photos, which is why I’m psyched to have received his newsprint 2013 portfolio that he put together (those are my feet up there). He’s covered Simple Session for us, provided an Autophoto plus more… He’s a regular around here.
Seeing as I was stoked to receive this piece of newsprinted awesomeness, I decided to ask him some questions about it. Click below for that interview.
11/19/2013 — by Harrison Boyce
10/04/2013 — by Nuno Oliveira
Photographer Scott Marceau ( of Push it a Stop fame too ) will be taking over our photo of the day on the sidebar for a month. Be sure to keep your eyes on it.
Photo by Davey Wilson.
Thanks to Tom Kirkby for holding it down previously.
09/29/2013 — by Nuno Oliveira
09/27/2013 — by Nuno Oliveira
Click HERE to eyeball Jeff's Autophoto from 2009.
08/22/2013 — by Timothy Burkhart
A few weeks ago I was shopping at a used book store outside of Chicago and came across a book by Fred Herzog titled “Photographs”. I had heard his name before…probably in school….but that's about it, I was pretty oblivous. Well I opened the book and immediately became obsessed with Herzog's work, I feel like I have been missing out all this time. He was one of the first street photographers to push color photo and was one of the grandfathers of color photography, coming even before the esteemed William Eggleston. There is a great article up on American Suburb X of excerpts of some his interviews and they definitely are worth a read.
Hit the jump to scope out some more of his work.