Trent Parke’s Minutes To Midnight is one of the most beautiful black and white photo books ever published and is considered a must-have by street and documentary photographers alike. Trent talks about spending 2 years on the road in Australia as he shot the images for the book and ultimately created the life of his son, Jem. Hit the jump to watch the video!
Remember? When I swore off digital photography and said I was only going to shoot film from now on? It turns out that there were things I took for granted with digital photography that I just couldn’t live without. Hit the jump to find out what made me decide to go back to digital after all!
It’s been a long time coming but I’ve finally made the switch back to film photography. Digital is very promising with a bright future but in the end I was won over by the little light-tight cartidges packed with 64.5 inches of silver halides waiting to be kissed by the light. Hit the jump to read the top 10 reasons I made the switch!
It looked like the end for Kodak when they filed for Chapter 11 protection in 2012. But a small group of employees refused to give up the fight and are using Kodak’s many patents and innovative research to create new technology and compete in new markets. It’s a bittersweet nod to end of an era as restructured Kodak struggles to stay alive. Hit the jump to watch the video.
I was contacted by Vice Magazine and asked if I’d like to answer some questions on the film vs digital debate. Of course, I said yes! The full interview is now live on vice.com and I have a few more ideas on the subject after the jump!
What would you shoot if you had the last roll of film in the world? 4 Tokyo photographers took that challenge and hit the streets armed only with a Hasselblad and one roll of film. With only 12 exposures the pressure was on! Hit the jump for the video.