Sunday, April 20, 2014 Sunday, April 13, 2014
Springtime, Hikarigaoka
Asahi Pentax SP, SMC Takumar 1.8/55
Kodak T-Max 100@400, yellow filter
Also seen here.

Springtime, Hikarigaoka

Asahi Pentax SP, SMC Takumar 1.8/55

Kodak T-Max 100@400, yellow filter

Also seen here.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014
misterbrown:

Giovanni Pascarella | Photographer
Website | Tumblr
Taken by Luke Brown

Not seen Luke Brown’s animated gifs (or his other work)? Maybe you should.

misterbrown:

Giovanni Pascarella | Photographer

Website | Tumblr

Taken by Luke Brown

Not seen Luke Brown’s animated gifs (or his other work)? Maybe you should.

thelenscollective:

Great project by Amy Stein

STRANDED

Beginning with the government’s failed response to the flooding of New Orleans in 2005, the American people suffered through a series of devastating corruptions of their traditional structures of support. Stranded is a meditation on the despondence of the American psyche as this collapse of certainty left the country stuck in an unfamiliar space between distress and relief. In this series the car serves as both figurate symbol of American destiny and a literal representation of the personal breakdowns on the road to that promise. The images live in the road photography tradition of Robert Frank, Stephen Shore and Joel Sternfeld, but where they sought to capture the American experience through “the journey,” my photographs seek to tell the story of this time through the journey interrupted.

I have spent the past five plus years driving across America photographing stranded motorists. Finding subjects is a matter of chance and every encounter is tense because of the unusual circumstances of our interaction and the inherent danger of the roadside environment. Most of the photographs from this series can be found on a Google Map that documents my travels across the US.

http://amystein.com/projects/stranded/

More shared work. Lens collective says it best.