This week we’re proud to feature an interview from The Photographic Journal with Alexandra Benetel, one of the winners of the inaugural Flickr 20under20.
“If you’re so worried about the final image, you’re not going to get it. If you’re in the moment, for the sake of being in the moment, you’re going to get the image you really want.” Read more about Jarrod Renaud in today’s excerpt from The Photographic Journal interview.
Check out this week’s excerpt from The Photographic Journal’s interview with Eduardo Torres, whose photographs are at once both intimate and sensuous.
Éric Lafforgue is a professional photographer who travels for well-known magazines, documenting people in situations that most of the world doesn’t get to see. Many of the places he goes, such as Somalia and North Korea, are considered off-limits to most foreigners.
For today’s Photographer Sportlight, we’re talking to Hudson Rodrigues, a photographer who shows the hidden beauty in the concrete jungles of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Hudson tells us what fascinates him about photography, his journey and struggle to get started with his lenses, and how he sees the world through them.
New York photographer Ryan Brenizer has spent his whole life running from boredom. Somehow this chase led him to the world of wedding photography—where he skillfully manages the chaos and unpredictable nature of a wedding day in order to capture the most authentic and beautiful moments possible. His success in doing so has led him to being named one of the Top-10 wedding photographers in the world, by American Photo and Rangefinder Magazines.
Today we have another excerpt from The Photographic Journal, this time from their interview with the inimitable Olivia Bee, one of Flickr’s 20under20 winners.
Check out this week’s excerpt from The Photographic Journal’s interview with Ryan Schude, a master at creating evocative scenes within his photographs and glimpses of stories untold.
Today we’ve got an excerpt from The Photographic Journal’s interview with Flickr luminary, Kevin Meredith, aka Lomokev.
You were doing a Polaroid series around events and music festivals for awhile. Does that shyness with your camera still play into that? For several […]