I Tell The Hidden Stories Of Everyday Life In Black And White Photos

I've always enjoyed using my camera to capture little snippets of life that usually unravel without anybody noticing them. Recently, I figured I could very well share those tiny stories in the same manner that journalists tell the stories that make up the news. In my opinion, these are news.

Review: Simplr M1a Mirrorless Camera Strap

I genuinely, highly applaud the small business and entrepreneurial spirits of the American manufacturing world in regards to cameras; and so when the Simplr M1a Mirrorless Camera Strap I was very keen to give it a try.

Felipe Rubilar: Portraits of Everyday Folks on the Streets

All images and words by Felipe Rubilar. Used with permission. From the beginning I knew that I wanted to capture real life, I started doing photography in the streets. I kept doing it, and that was one of my biggest motivation to leave my home country to live my dream; Travel and meet the local culture of

Katy Maclachlan: My Mom’s Canon AE-1 and Kodak Portra 400

In our continued features of analog photographers, we now get brought to photographer Katy Maclachlan. Her submission is one of the many that I genuinely feel is more than well suited to be featured on our website, but still not quite there for our upcoming analog zine.

Live Show Recap: Slice of Life

Happy new year! We start the show off well by being mostly on time and having Justin back in the house. We also have some guest doggos in the studio!  Apparently London goes from posh to sloshed come nightfall.

Beginner Photography: Street

Hey y’all. Here’s the second of my two-parter of my trip to San Francisco. I went knowing that the topic of street photography would be covered a few weeks later, so I made it a point to take some shots I wouldn’t normally.


Beginner Photography: Street Pets

Ok, so this one is a cheat. I didn’t go out shooting this week, we don’t have a live show and I couldn’t come up with a subject. So I decided to go through old shots and edit some, and turned up a bunch of street photos of dogs that I never had any use for.  […]

The Phoblographer Answers: Should You Photograph Homeless People?

For many years, photographers have documented the homeless in an effort to get people to pay attention to exactly what's going on in the world outside of their bubble. The intentions are usually valiant, but sometimes it doesn't work out very well for various reasons.


I Take Photos Of Seoul At Night

I enjoy going out at night to take photos around Seoul city. This is especially try when it is raining or afterwards since you can get many beautiful reflections and I think people walking around in umbrellas looks really nice.