On an early grey wet and gloomy Friday morning I walk through Cape Town’s Thibault Square in search of Riviera Salon. With the weather hanging heavy and dark over the city and over myself, I feel a bitter weariness pulling at me and I know the story I’m most likely about to hear is certainly […]
For this, I blame EM.
First, I got some ILFORD SFX 200 film for the long exposure articles I was working on.
It’s a real pleasure to be able to bring you today’s interviewee, Toni Skokovic.
After last week’s lifting of the curtain with my interview of myself (meta!), it’s back to business as usual with this week’s interview.
Well, I say business as usual but Lisa DeShantz-Cook’s photography is nothing of the sort.
Today we’re welcoming Sarah Arnoff back with part three of her Australian travelogue.
Indulge me a brief stroll down memory lane.
It was during the fall of 2004 when I was first exposed to photography through a course at university.
Today we’re welcoming Sarah Arnoff back with part two of her Australian travelogue.
My husband and I are neither whimsical nor methodical about where we decide to travel.
Certain readers may recognise today’s interviewee as the man behind http://www.nikonf6.net. I prefer to call him John.
One must keep on one’s toes when talking with the Welsh.