From the Working series
By Gregory Crewdson
A family of three carefully unfolds rolls of sod onto their barren front yard transforming it into a small domestic oasis. A man ascends a bare, undersized tree in an absurd attempt to prune its dead leave
Bill Owens made these photographs, and many others, in various suburban communities in Northern California throughout the early 1970s. In 1973 they were compiled in the classic book, Suburbia. These photographs are as strange and compelling now as they were thirty years ago.
A blogger who goes by the name of Mr. Mallon -- sounds like our 5th Grade science teacher -- claims to have created a six-month-long exposure by placing film in a tin can and punching a hole in the side. He then hung the can in his backyard with a clothespin and left it there for six months.
by Sean Stone, Wonderful Machine I’ve had the opportunity to consult with hundreds of photographers over the years, and while I love working on websites, promos, or creative coaching, print portfolios have always been my favorite. Just as art buyers tell