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Features » 10 films of the last decade that every photographer should see This was not an easy list to make. Many considerations entered into my selections, and while my top 10 are not necessarily my favorite films of the decade (though a couple undoubtedly are) I have selected them for their relevance to the creation of images by photographers today. Movies are a photographic medium (motion pictures) and should be consumed by photographers for the same reasons we look at painting, sculpture, architecture, theatre, and the work of our colleagues; to be inspired, to be moved, to find something great to rip off (or, if you prefer, to dialogue with in our own work).

The lovely team dress: yumi - stockings: strathcona stockings - shoes: vagabond “About a girl” is a very dreamy, soft and sweet series featuring Sarah Horwath by Valentina Verdesca. Photography by Valentina Verdesca - www.valentinaverdesca.chModel is Sarah Horwath

Conscientious Articles Contemporary Photographers Diane Meyer May 6, 2013 – According to the artist, Diane Meyer’s Time Spent That Might Otherwise Be Forgotten “is based on photographs taken at various points in my life and arranged by location. Sections of the images have been obscured through a layer of embroidered pixels sewn directly into the photograph. The embroidery deteriorates sections of the original photograph forming a new pixelated layer of the original scene.

Visura Magazine » BOB BLACK “We are made of time. We are its feet and its voice.” I And the years slip like breath along the edges of our skin, an abundance and a reckoning, the firmament spreads wide, like a gap-toothed space, dark and unending. Pitch and Pale above, all that which twined and coursed through you, comes forth like small accumulations. And then. II Words, like small billows under hull, tiller the jib of my meandering thoughts.

MOSSLESS Mossless is an experimental photography publication that is run by its founder Romke Hoogwaerts and his partner, Grace Leigh. Romke started Mossless in 2009 as a blog where he interviewed a different photographer every two days. In January of 2012, Mossless was transformed from blog to print with the release of Issue 1 at Printed Matter in New York City. Romke partnered up with Grace in the Summer of 2012 for the creation of Issue 2, which the two of them made and produced out of their apartment in Long Island City, and it was released at that year’s New York Art Book Fair. Mossless continues to grow both on and offline, as Romke & Grace continue to work on future issues and projects. EmailMOSSLESS Mag9-01 44th Drive APT 3WLong Island City, NY 11101USA

Ottawa photographer Tony Fouhse tonyfoto/drool Last week I briefly touched upon how shooting projects where you have gone right to the edge, in terms of what’s at stake, can skew what seems important. Perhaps that post, brief as it was, was the best I could put it (because it was brief). But I’ll try to (briefly) expand on those thoughts here. Here goes . . . After you’ve shot, been immersed in, a project that is dangerous to your well-being, that has pushed you to the edge of sanity, where the effects of the shooting drive, like a nail, into your brain, where do you go from there?

The Julie Project I first met Julie on February 28, 1993. Julie, 18, stood in the lobby of the Ambassador Hotel, barefoot, pants unzipped, and an 8 day-old infant in her arms. She lived in San Francisco’s SRO district, a neighborhood of soup kitchens and cheap rooms.

THE RED FILM Gregory Halpern grew up in Buffalo, New York. He currently lives in Rochester, New York. by THE RED FILM Anna Paola Guerra lives and works in Belo Horizonte, Brasil. food for your eyes To celebrate the launch of Street Photography Now in the French language version, the publishers Thames & Hudson organise a ‘Street Photography Trail’ in Paris. The exhibtion curated by Nathalie Belayche, aka Food For Your Eyes, takes place from 5th to 28th November, throughout the Canal Saint Martin area. The prints are viewable by the passers-by 24/7. in locations ranging from hairdresser, bakery, coffee-shop to fashion boutiques, with all street facing windows, Selected photographs (18 photos) from Street Photography Now book show a mix of unexpected situations and beautiful moment of everyday life, sometimes humoristic, most of the time absurd, captured by a range of established and emerging street photographers. The Street Photography Trail preview is on 4th November.

About / Contact : Matthias Heiderich Examples of contemporary architecture in the cities of Amsterdam, Hamburg, Berlin.Photography2013 Examples of contemporary architecture in the cities of Madrid, Santiago de Compostela, Avilés, Bilbao. Photography2013 Kali Revisited - More pictures from potash dump Heringen - also known as 'Monte Kali'.Photography2013 Bonjour tristesse - Berlin and Potsdam in autumn / winterDigital Photography, Photography2013 Dubai and Abu Dhabi, 2013. Part 3 of Color Berlin - Last one!Photography2010

Soura Magazine Embracing Your #AwkwardYears To view more of Merilee’s photos and submit your own, check out the #awkwardyearsproject hashtag. You can also email submissions to her at awkwardyearsproject@yahoo.com. October is Bullying Prevention Month. To mark the occasion, we’re sharing the story of one Instagrammer who came up with a creative approach to reflect on her own childhood experiences and help today’s kids feel better about themselves. When a friend asked Merilee Allred (@merileeloo) to see her old, awkward photos, she didn’t suspect it would kickstart an entire photo series and a blog.

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