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Falling Through the Lens with J.M. Golding

An Invitation into Mystery

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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 Nathan Pearce

Cary Benbow (CB): Can you please explain the idea behind your portfolio images submitted to the Family exhibition in this issue? How do they relate to your other projects, or how is it significantly different? Nathan Pearce (NP): The photographs of family that I submitted for this issue are all part of my major projects. Mostly […]

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Lenscratch | The States Project: Indiana – Jacinda Russell

©Jacinda Russell, A Chair Recognized 18 Years Later, Boise State University 2014 Lenscratch is featuring photographers from Indiana in their States project this week – and Indiana photographer Jacinda Russell has started out with a couple of photographers known to Wobneb Magazine. Amelia Morris did an interview and was featured in a Wobneb Magazine, and […]

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Mark Sawrie: The States Project: Indiana | LENSCRATCH

State Fair Hotties (c) Mark Sawrie Much deserved attention to the great work of Mark Sawrie, who I was lucky enough to have as a professor and mentor. Kudos, Mark! http://lenscratch.com/2016/06/mark-sawrie-the-states-project-indiana-2/

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Book review :  Metro: Scenes from an Urban Stage by Stan Raucher

Public transportation can seem a bit like a traveling theater. Periodically the scene changes from one part of the city or country to another, or from day to night as the train cars travel from above-ground to below-ground, and the cast of characters can be varied throughout the play. Doors open and shut like the […]

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Interview with photographer Robert Herrmann

  Cary Benbow (CB): Why do you photograph, or what compels you to make the images you create? Robert Herrmann (RH): I am naturally driven to shape and light. I originally trained as an architect. Besides I have been taking photographs for my own pleasure for a long time. Since a couple of years, though, […]

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Interview with photographer Bailey Dale

  Cary Benbow (CB): What compels you to make the images you create, and why are you drawn to your subjects? Bailey Dale (BD): At a young age I was drawn to photography and the many possibilities that came from the medium, however it wasn’t until I was exposed to the realm of photography as […]

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Mile O’Mud by Malcolm Lightner

Mad Max cruises Alligator Alley At the heart of Mile O’Mud is the thrilling sport of swamp buggy racing. For the uninitiated, swamp buggy racing consists of custom buggies that are part boat and part love-child of NASCAR and high octane drag racing. The buggies and their driver/pilot tear through swampy, muddy terrain that is […]

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Faces of Our Times – Photographer Niall McDiarmid’s striking street portraits

Faces Of Our Times – Niall McDiarmid’s striking street portraits show off the best of London and all its diversity The life of an artist is a long and difficult row to hoe. Niall McDiarmid has been working as a photographer for over 20 years, largely for print publications. Recently, McDiarmid published two books Via Vauxhall […]