Tag: Black & White Photography
“I think that a camera is like a gun, sometimes this is preferred but most of the time, it’s sort of obstructive”
Tiny Collective and The Impossible Project Artist Profile: Elif Suyabatmaz from Tiny Collective on Vimeo.
Supporting last week’s announcement of @impossibleproject presenting #aroundtheworldin9days with @tinycollective, we continue our weekly Tiny Talks video series with this week’s feature on @fisheyedreams. // Celebrating the launch of IMPOSSIBLE’s Instant Lab, #aroundtheworldin9days is a touring Instant Lab mobile photography exhibition opening in 9 cities in 9 consecutive days with 10 Tiny Collective members showing a total of 900 unique images all printed directly from iPhone using the Impossible Instant Lab. // June 20 – 28, 2013 New York City / Paris / Los Angeles / Istanbul / Toronto / San Francisco / Dubrovnik / Atlanta / Portland.
Welcome to our new section at lofimode.com!
We created this section (Blog) in order to share with you some of our personal tips, inspirations, and discovery from the world of photography.
We look forward to your participation and comments.
To start with, I decided to introduce you to a phenomenal photographer I have recently discovered who’s name will surely not be forgotten anytime soon. Vivian Maier born in New York 1926 by a French mother, her work completely shattered my world when I first saw it, but her story is even more beautiful. In fact, Vivian wasn’t a professionally trained photographer, but a nanny! Yes, a nanny and a housekeeper throughout her life. Her work stood hidden for more than half of century until John Maloof, a real estate agent form Chicago bought a box form an auction repossessed storage locker for $400 and literally found himself … Read More »