The comments server continues to be busy, but that hardly matters, as there has never, ever been a single comment here at newthings
. Oh well. Keep the links coming. Found photography today. Why is it that strips of negatives lying in the gutter convey more passion, meaning, insight and potential than the pictures one takes oneself? Moderna
has an interesting gallery, entitled 'Look at Me
'. Colours like this
will probably never be seen again in real life.
A photographic standard: pride in new ownership
(see also here
). This set was found in a thrift store
. Again, the crazed, out-of-kilter colour is everything.
Professional photography. Simon Hoegsberg’s beautifully crisp photos of unsuspecting London pedestrians, 'Private and Public
' have a remarkable directness. They were recently discussed at metafilter
, with most people astonished at how 'staged' these apparently candid shots seemed. There's something about the focus and texture of the images that makes them look American, even though the shots were taken in the UK.