The Abrupt End To My Journey

Hey guys, I’m back to give you another little snippet from my life. Of course I’m here to give you some advice, but I also just like to tell my stories to others. This particular story involves a faulty brake line, a garage door, and a very disgruntled person, also known as myself. Anyway let’s get right to it.

Last month I was returning home from quite a long business trip where I was taking stunning photos for my photography website and I managed to completely destroy my garage door as I was getting home in the middle of the night. My first thought was where am I going to find garage door repair in Las Vegas at this time of night? Continue reading “The Abrupt End To My Journey” »

POTM – Internationally Acclaimed Photographer… Michael Kenna!

Well, we have to say, we can think of no better way to end 2010 than with a bang. So, we are very, very happy to have Michael Kenna as our last POTM for 2010. Michael is the author of many books, of which “Japan” is our favourite. Michael’s images are on display in galleries all across the globe and we are proud to introduce you to his work, if you have not yet seen it.

Here is our quick Q & A with Michael:

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A confession around 35mm

I love my Diana. I love every moment, every experiment, every light-leak’y and blurry image, every dark cornered and soft-focused picture, every perfect and imperfect photograph that the awesome box has taken so far- I simply love my Diana. And I love medium format film. I am not sure whether it is the backing paper, the spools or the great negatives – it could even be down to the fact that 120 rolls fit just perfectly into my film dryer; I really can’t put my finger on it. All I know is, that a Diana fed with medium format film, is my idea of happiness.

So, now I have got this off my chest, let’s get this review of ‘analogue-lifestyle-and-something-satisfyingly-different-to-what-I-just-mentioned’ going. Continue reading “A confession around 35mm” »