A few years ago after an exhibition in Istanbul, a journalist from Géo magazine told me about a photographer who wanted to come to Africa and follow me around in Porto-Novo, where I live. This was the first time I heard about Pascal Maitre.
Fancy some Leica bling in the form of a lens bracelet? The site Lens Bracelet (lensbracelet.com) (link is external) can help you out! They currently have a version of the Summicron-M 50mm f/2 (link is external) and Tri-Elmar-M 16-18-21mm f/4 (link is external) lenses. They’re made of 100% silicone rubber with authentic looking yellow/white impressions of the actual lens markings, complete with grip ridges – and sell for $15 USD each!
I’m going to keep banging this medium format drum. Why? Because life without medium format sucks. Maybe I’m just crazy, but I want my local restaurants back. I want more options on the table. I want this Bronica on my desk to be digital and I can’t, for the life of me, figure out why no one has done it yet. We are 15+ years into the digital photography revolution and medium format options keep getting smaller instead of larger. Someone needs to step into this game and shake it up.
In his project The Degradation of Villages, Chinese photographer Wang Yuanling gives us a glimpse into a vanishing world. China’s near miraculous economic transformation has resulted in the largest internal migration in human history
YouTuber Pastek pasted Super Mario into a bunch of FAIL videos
Full-frame freedom, outstanding agility and the convenience of built-in Wi-Fi