Double exposures may not be a recent invention in the photography world, but the last decade saw more and more photographers experimenting with it. We've seen this creative technique become popular for portraits juxtaposed with buildings, seascapes, foliage, and flowers.
“I shot quick candid portraits and my obsession with documenting this further was born. ” Lester Jones is a photographer that connects to the daily life of the people that he lives amongst. His project - and now zine - Their Grind Not Mine, takes a candid look at the mundane, difficult routines people have.
Attention, photo zine collectors! If you're fond of projects that are set in the eye-catching streets of Japan, here's one you might want to support. Perth-based Natalie Blom is putting together a Vending Machines of Japan zine, which highlights the vending machines dotting virtually every corner in the country.
It's 2018; who the hell in their right mind would want to sit there and create a zine? Well for one, me. In fact, tons of photographers do it for their own marketing purposes. Emulsion, my latest zine and experiment with my company, was more or less a labor of love for a year.
Blurb has been one of the top self-publishing platforms for magazines and books, and with its new offering, it may become even more popular. If you make your own zines or plan to make one sometime in the future, you may want to check out the platform's new Economy paper upgrade.
Instant Film, and film in general really, is enjoying a burst of popularity recently and it is bleeding over into all genres of photography. Many photographers are using instant prints, be it Instax, Impossible or one of the many other options on the market for whole projects with really interesting and wide-ranging results.
A while back we wrote about She Shoots Film: a special analog photography zine put together by a number of designers and photographers using money from an IndieGoGo campaign. The magazine, which has won quite a bit of acclaim thus far, is a continuation of the underground photography culture's progression into moving off of the social web and back into a distraction free environment.
The Photobook--it's at a place within the digital world where sometimes it can be tough to wrap your head around it depending on what generation you're in. But like zines, they're a great way to market yourself and get the story out about the work that you're doing.
When Babette de Jong sent us an email to submit to the analog zine, I carefully went through her submission as I have with everyone who entered to be featured. Babette's strength is in landscape photography.
Photographer J. M. Golding is a special breed of artist that has a major affinity for analog film, black and white, plastic cameras, etc. She loves landscape photos, but she is also really in love with experimentation.
As you most likely know, our Analog Zine Kickstarter was fully funded. Again, a genuine thank you to everyone who donated. But I'd like to summon everyone's attention who was interested in donating to the project but didn't because it was too early on.
Hi everyone, Last night, we reached our Kickstarter initiative goals and we got the $3,000 that we’re asking for in taking the first steps to the creation of our Analog photography zine. A big, giant thank you goes out to everyone who spread the message, funded, and more importantly believed in us. We promise you,
Hey everyone, We’ve got 10 days left to get our Kickstarter fully funded and we’re almost there! But we can use more support. Just a reminder: our zine is going to be all about analog photography.
Photography magazines, at least the mainstream on store shelve types, are more or less a thing of the past (there are still a few who persist). But some smaller publishers are using capabilities of today's technology to market niche magazines to specific demographics.
We're still raising funding for our Analog Photography zine which we're going to deliver later on this year. We're profiling some of the world's best analog photographers in this by giving pledges 100 pages of beautifully printed photos and stories from these photographers.