Selfie Shooters in Candid Camera by Brad Nichol

Selfie Shooters in Candid Camera by Brad Nichol An elevated view gives a nicely different perspective to this Selfie Candid.   Selfies are a polarising photographic genre. A certain demographic of the Facebook generation revel in the medium, they love to “pull the Kardashian” preen, pout, parade and share with the obligatory “softie glow filter”…

ESSAY: Birth, Life, Stress, Rebirth, Love, Joy, Happiness (and Workshops) by Steve Huff

Birth, Life, Stress, Rebirth, Love, Joy, Happiness (and Workshops) by Steve Huff Wow, 2016 is almost over and done with. CRAZY!!!! Time has been flying by, faster and faster each year and each year we have more and more cameras, lenses, gear and photographic tools to lust over but for me, life is more of…

A Return to Film from the Leica Monochrom by James Suojanen

A Return to Film from the Leica Monochrom by James Suojanen Hey Steve! I began making photographs in the 1960’s using a 35mm rangefinder and developing my own black and white film. I also made contact prints and did some enlargements. But I fell away from photography through college, professional training, career and early family…

Character Style and Mood in Photography By Peter Maynard

Character Style and Mood in Photography By Peter Maynard Adelaide, South Australia Hello Steve. Allow me to open by saying thank you for running this site. It is one that I visit regularly for inspiration and information. I thought it was time I went about trying to inspire by providing some thoughts on the importance…

Englishman in NewYork By Paul Bartholomew

An Englishman in New York. By Paul Bartholomew After following this site for a number of years and being intrigued by how a rangefinder camera experience might work out for me, I finally pushed the boat out and bought a pretty pristine used M9. My first lens was a Carl Zeiss f/1.5C Sonnar – I felt it would…