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Photography Is a Marathon, Not a Sprint

Wobneb Magazine archives – William Olmsted interview, September 2015 It has been just over a year since the first big interview published in Wobneb Magazine. The old Tumblr site archive is sitting quietly, ready for a travel back in time, but I will point back to the companion post in Vantage on Medium.com so the […]

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Book Review: Out of the Ordinary: A Journey Through Everyday Scotland | Vol. 1 by Iain Sarjeant

Book Introduction by Iain Sarjeant: Much of my photography is spontaneous in nature – I enjoy wandering, exploring, discovering, observing – often in everyday places. It’s a way of working that I find very fulfilling – just drifting and seeing what is round the next corner. Out Of The Ordinary has developed from this approach, […]

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POTD – Jens Kilmister

Maersk Mecca, CA 2016 See more work by Jens at http://www.autobahn66.com

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On the Fringe – Photographer Andrew Mellor

  Andrew Mellor is a photographer based in Blackpool in the North West of England. His photography explores natural and man-made environments; and the interaction between the two with concerns over how we use the landscape and the social and political issues surrounding it. His work explores change and human impact. “I am drawn to ordinary places, seeking […]

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Interview with photographer Marc Sirinsky

Memories are not the key to the past, but rather, to understanding our future. It is a common human trait to construct our own personal histories based on our own story, our own experiences, and this that actually makes us all connected in the same way. Through his own life and experiences, Marc Sirinsky’s work connects to us […]

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POTD – Bryan Formhals

Long Island Landscape – See more work by Bryan Formhals at http://www.bryanformhals.com

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The Uncommonly Common Photos of Emmanuel Monzon

Emmanuel Monzon is a french photographer and visual artist based in Seattle, WA. He graduated from the Academy of Beaux-Arts in Paris, France with honors. His work has been featured throughout the US, Europe and Asia.  The work of Emmanuel Monzon focuses primarily on the idea of urban sprawl and the urban expansion of its […]

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Book Review: The Last Stop by Ryann Ford

What started out as a humble Kickstarter project, has since grown to be a fully-realized photobook from powerHouse books. The Last Stop by Ryann Ford is a fantastic collection of parts of America that are disappearing: the humble highway rest stop. Ford set out to document these places before they were gone, much like a documentary historian […]

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Interview with photographer Kevin Faingnaert

Cary Benbow (CB): How would you describe your work to someone viewing it for the first time? Kevin Faingnaert (KF): Social documentary combining portrait, landscapes and structures to tell in depth stories which are both analytical and emotional. I have a sensitive and aesthetic visual approach. CB: Why do you photograph? What compels you to […]

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Photography is a Marathon, Not a Sprint: Interview with William Olmsted

William Olmsted’s work does not hit you over the head, or scream at you for attention. It is smarter than that. He shoots mainly with film and film cameras; opting for the approach of selective shooting. His approach toward taking photos involves long walks around his local area once a week or so with his camera, […]