1. No other photo series has ever made me feel like this. Amazing.


  2. He died in Libya shooting with a 7, they found his last 53 rolls


  3. He took 4,748 self portraits, got diagnosed with cancer and is still going strong!


  4. His contemporary portrayal of consumer culture is making me excited. Also check out his Thrift and Dark Stores series. So rad.


  5. Love the detailed stories of each stranger


  6. "If I saw something in my viewfinder that looked familiar to me, I would do something to shake it up."
    — Garry Winogrand

  7. "Most people stiffen with self-consciousness when they pose for a photograph. Lighting and fine camera equipment are useless if the photographer cannot make them drop the mask, at least for a moment, so he can capture on his film their real, undistorted personality and character.
    It is more often the good psychologist rather than the good photographer who makes good portraits. It is the sitter’s mind that controls the portrait a photographer makes, not the photographer’s skills with his camera or with direction."
    — Philippe Halsman

  8. Got some rolls back today, everything came out perfect except one of the rolls got completely water damaged. I guess hassy doesn’t like the pouring rain :( Gonna scan tonight and upload over the next few days. It’s all night stuff. Hyped on using the 645 back with my 110mm f/2. Been trying to think of things to shoot or ways of shooting that I haven’t seen before. For example, if you search the Internet for Hasselblad shots with the 110mm, there’s only a select few that own this lens. I want to have my own style and not mimic their shots. There are so many possibilities with that lens, especially if I add the 2x extender to it, or my 55mm extension tube. Also not many have shot with the 645 back. I want to mix it into my shooting and show people something new.


  9. "Always do what you are afraid to do."
    — Ralph Waldo Emerson
  10. Michael Patterson - Low Keyed


  11. This “cinemagraph” concept has really got my mind thinking in a way it never has. Makes me wonder if other photographers see things in a different way than myself or others. What they focus on with their mind when composing a shot… do they think of the whole scene, or do they have the ability to focus on single details and are able to block out the rest? It’s almost a sense of slowing your mind down to see all of the little details around you. Lots of people have diluted minds from their everyday life. It’d be interesting to focus on photography 100% and not worry about all of the bullshit around you, giving you a clearer mind to concetrate in a way you haven’t before.


  12. Emily Shur has a new website up! Lots of dope stuff.



  14. Shooting famous people in a different perspective.

  15. Garry Winogrand handling business