At the turn of the millenium, veteran photojournalist David Hume Kennerly embarked on a project using a single camera outfitted with a single lens – a medium format Mamiya 7II with a 43mm f/4.5 lens. As he crisscrossed the country, he committed to taking
The real goal of a photo-a-day shouldn’t be a photo a day, but rather a tangible improvement at the end of a prescribed period of time. So shoot and Instagram all you want, just don’t expect your audience to share your enthusiasm.
Just a quick post here. The World Press Photo Awards were announced yesterday. One winner caught my eye. The work of Roger Cremers document the tourist behaviours at Auschwitz-Birkenau. It is a tricky topic to deal with, especially in a photography climate that frequently pours cynicism and scorn on global tourism (Martin Parr’s brilliantly garish work trail-blazed this climate).