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Lost Spring
Photo Essay 009: Lost Spring by Bessie Secorhttp://thephotographicjournal.com/essays/lost-spring/
We’re very proud to publish Photo Essay 009: Lost Spring by Bessie Secor. The essay explores a duality, with Bessie capturing a fashion shoot, and concurrent black and white film details shot by collaborator Nicola Ciscato.
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The relentless passing of the seasons fascinates and affects me deeply.
When the harsh winter takes over, my soul feels lost. Only those little beautiful things, that stay in the corners and cracks, bring me hope of the recurring spring…
Even when your path is cold, desolate and hostile, this hope pulls you forward into the journey of life.

Lost Spring

Photo Essay 009: Lost Spring by Bessie Secor
http://thephotographicjournal.com/essays/lost-spring/

We’re very proud to publish Photo Essay 009: Lost Spring by Bessie Secor. The essay explores a duality, with Bessie capturing a fashion shoot, and concurrent black and white film details shot by collaborator Nicola Ciscato.

The relentless passing of the seasons fascinates and affects me deeply.

When the harsh winter takes over, my soul feels lost. Only those little beautiful things, that stay in the corners and cracks, bring me hope of the recurring spring…

Even when your path is cold, desolate and hostile, this hope pulls you forward into the journey of life.

[ 2 weeks ago ]

Amboy
Photo Essay 008 : Amboy by Matt Fryhttp://thephotographicjournal.com/essays/amboy/
We drove for 7 hours with an 81-song playlist. We went to shoot, but looking back, that’s not what I remember. The pictures didn’t seem to matter so much. It was about the music, the stories, and the friends.
This is their story; of two best friends that found a little grace in the small abandoned town of Amboy.
Check out the Essaynsfw

Amboy

Photo Essay 008 : Amboy by Matt Fry
http://thephotographicjournal.com/essays/amboy/

We drove for 7 hours with an 81-song playlist. We went to shoot, but looking back, that’s not what I remember. The pictures didn’t seem to matter so much. It was about the music, the stories, and the friends.

This is their story; of two best friends that found a little grace in the small abandoned town of Amboy.

Check out the Essay
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[ 2 months ago ]

Faces at Basel: Essay 007Agustin Sanchez
Over a three day period, we took photos of the folks at Art Basel Miami 2013, not seeking to capture the event itself, but the attendees that seemed genuinely excited to be there.
We asked them who they were, where they were from, and what they were looking for at Art Basel.
See the Photo Essay

Faces at Basel: Essay 007
Agustin Sanchez

Over a three day period, we took photos of the folks at Art Basel Miami 2013, not seeking to capture the event itself, but the attendees that seemed genuinely excited to be there.

We asked them who they were, where they were from, and what they were looking for at Art Basel.

See the Photo Essay

[ 3 months ago ]

Shelbie Dimond: Interview 017

You’d expect the playfulness of Shelbie’s youth to be on display on her photos and you’d be DEAD WRONG, baby. There’s a weight to her photos, see, a focus on evoking emotion in the viewer, on recreating emotion in the entirety of the image. where many of the young photographers of her ilk create work that is as disposable as it is ephemeral, her work sticks with you, lingers in your head. I go back to her photos again and again, never bored, always wanting more.Read the Interview

Shelbie Dimond: Interview 017

You’d expect the playfulness of Shelbie’s youth to be on display on her photos and you’d be DEAD WRONG, baby. There’s a weight to her photos, see, a focus on evoking emotion in the viewer, on recreating emotion in the entirety of the image. where many of the young photographers of her ilk create work that is as disposable as it is ephemeral, her work sticks with you, lingers in your head. I go back to her photos again and again, never bored, always wanting more.

Read the Interview

[ 6 months ago ]

Heart of Summer : Essay 006http://thephotographicjournal.com/essays/heart-of-summer/Lou Noble, on his essay for The Photographic Journal:"One fantastic model, a gentle tide, and a Sun that wouldn’t quit. Mix that all together and you’ve got the kind of summer day that insists on being photographed. So I did."

Heart of Summer : Essay 006
http://thephotographicjournal.com/essays/heart-of-summer/

Lou Noble, on his essay for The Photographic Journal:

"One fantastic model, a gentle tide, and a Sun that wouldn’t quit. Mix that all together and you’ve got the kind of summer day that insists on being photographed. So I did."

[ 7 months ago ]

Kevin Meredith : Interview 016One of Flickr’s early luminaries, Kevin’s work has always been an engaging window into both his professional and personal life, his photos being stunning documents of his work as a teacher, a father, an open sea swimmer. It’s a continual inspiration, seeing a man perfectly blend business and pleasure, making his life his work while preserving his passion for both.
Read Kevin’s Interview

Kevin Meredith : Interview 016

One of Flickr’s early luminaries, Kevin’s work has always been an engaging window into both his professional and personal life, his photos being stunning documents of his work as a teacher, a father, an open sea swimmer. It’s a continual inspiration, seeing a man perfectly blend business and pleasure, making his life his work while preserving his passion for both.

Read Kevin’s Interview

[ 7 months ago ]

"I want to be able to look at a certain photograph and recognize a feeling, an emotion, that I’ve experienced before in intimacy"

Eduardo Izquierdo

[ 7 months ago ]
Interview 015 : Eduardo Izquierdo
In our interview with Eduardo Izquierdo we explore his creative process, his approach with subjects, and what he hopes to communicate in his work. Come and fall under Eduardo’s spell.
Read Eduardo’s Interview

Interview 015 : Eduardo Izquierdo

In our interview with Eduardo Izquierdo we explore his creative process, his approach with subjects, and what he hopes to communicate in his work. Come and fall under Eduardo’s spell.

Read Eduardo’s Interview

[ 7 months ago ]

Interview 014 AMAMAK
AMAMAK is the collaborative work of Michelle Karpman and Aviva Artzy. Michelle snaps the pictures, while Aviva poses in front of her lens.
Their Orange Julep series is presented today on TPJ, capturing all that is good about summer in Montreal, alongside a conversation exploring their work together. We here at TPJ hope you enjoy this hybrid Photo Essay and Interview.
Read the Interview

Interview 014 AMAMAK

AMAMAK is the collaborative work of Michelle Karpman and Aviva Artzy. Michelle snaps the pictures, while Aviva poses in front of her lens.

Their Orange Julep series is presented today on TPJ, capturing all that is good about summer in Montreal, alongside a conversation exploring their work together. We here at TPJ hope you enjoy this hybrid Photo Essay and Interview.

Read the Interview

[ 7 months ago ]

Essay 005: Eurydice of the Grove
Meeting new people is like a drug for a portrait photographer. Getting to know someone; the twinkle in their eyes; exploring how the light hits their face… it’s the reason they got up that morning.
Portraits reveal as much about the photographer as they do about the subject. The decision to capture one moment over another results in all the nuance and delicacy, the love of a subject, you see in seasoned portraiture.
Rebekah Campbell graces us with a glimpse into that process
See Eurydice of the Grove

Essay 005: Eurydice of the Grove

Meeting new people is like a drug for a portrait photographer. Getting to know someone; the twinkle in their eyes; exploring how the light hits their face… it’s the reason they got up that morning.

Portraits reveal as much about the photographer as they do about the subject. The decision to capture one moment over another results in all the nuance and delicacy, the love of a subject, you see in seasoned portraiture.

Rebekah Campbell graces us with a glimpse into that process

See Eurydice of the Grove

[ 8 months ago ]