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I am an ethnologist and a photographer specialised in maritime matters based in France;
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.
This week's interview is with talented Montrealian (Montrealite?) Jessica Hobbs.
The eagle-eyed amongst you will recognise today's interviewee from his excellent and much-discussed review of the Bronica GS-1 system; as well as the beautiful images which accompany it.
Today we're very lucky to be able to sit down and pull on a few film photography threads with Robert Verteegen, Eindhoven, NL native and shooter of so-called ordinary things.
My husband and I are neither whimsical nor methodical about where we decide to travel.
Having read a couple of reviews on EMULSIVE from proud owners of other medium format gear (Daniel J.
The York Photographic Society have a large membership of active enthusiasts, at least 50 or so.
Certain readers may recognise today's interviewee as the man behind www.nikonf6.net. I prefer to call him John.
I've got more fresh blood for you today in the form of Christopher Schmidtke from Wuerzburg, Germany. I won't spoil it and let you all jump in;
We're here today with landscape photographer Johann Bottos, Italian native but (for the time being), settled in Austria Not to diminish the wonderful images and narrative below but Johan is what one might call a little nutty about mountains. Over
Today's interviewee is prolific to say the least. Ron Hammond has been actively photographing for over 50 years and exhibiting his work in solo shows for over 25 of them.
Today I'm sitting down with native Saskatchewanian, Bob St. Cyr.
Grab a coffee and a pack of your favorite biscuits, this is going to be a long and interesting read.
Hailing from "rainy" Germany, todays interviewee is a man of strength, compassion and talent.
We're sitting down today with with Liverpudlian turned Londoner, Gary W Smith. You might recognise some of the images below from his Zones 1-4 and London Street projects.
One must keep on one's toes when talking with the Welsh.