Photography Podcasts: Now Hear This

This is the second installment of a series of posts about photography podcasts. I mentioned in the first post that I like to listen to others speak about their experience as photographers, or how they came to be photographers. As someone who both creates and writes about photography, I’ve found it very beneficial to read and hear the stories of others. Thanks to folks who shared some … Continue reading Photography Podcasts: Now Hear This

Photography Podcasts: Now Hear This

As someone who creates and writes about photography, I also like to listen to others speak about their experience as photographers, or how they came to be photographers. I’m less concerned about the tech, or which lens is the best for bokeh effects, or the latest mirrorless camera with new computational abilities. But it’s good to keep up to date on the technical part of … Continue reading Photography Podcasts: Now Hear This

Under His Eye by Chandra Bozelko

Editor’s Note: Wobneb Magazine is honored to welcome this contribution by writer and criminal justice reform advocate, Chandra Bozelko.  :: Readers might assume I write about prisons because I’m so passionate about conditions inside correctional facilities and injustices in the criminal legal system. I am passionate about changing these realities. I also do it because there are so few visuals available. Prison wardens often restrict … Continue reading Under His Eye by Chandra Bozelko

Aurora PhotoCenter Brings Opportunities for Photography

2019 Photography Developments for Indy This year a number of different things came together in a confluence of good for photography in Indianapolis. I was introduced to Mary Goodwin and the Aurora PhotoCenter (APC). In its inaugural year, the APC conducted a number of events, first of all being the workshop held at the Indianapolis gallery space, Tube Factory at Big Car. Keliy Anderson-Staley held … Continue reading Aurora PhotoCenter Brings Opportunities for Photography