A visit to Marianna Rothen’s photo gallery gives you vaseline-smudged looks via disused medium format cameras into worlds entitled Snow and Rose, Domesticated Woman, Gentle Creatures, and Alien Camp among others. The model-turned-photographer has turned the lens from herself to the world around her with rare success. Full interview coming soon.
In part VII of the series Manny Santiago looks at Modern Japan via the Pinhole Holga Panoramic. Generally available in the 120 and 35mm format, Holga pinholes have essentially the same bodies with the lens replaced by a pinhole. This lensless body produces infinite depth of field, meaning everything in the scene will be reasonably […]
“Only those who still have hope can benefit from tears.” ― Nathanael West, The Day of the Locust Of all the major metropolitan cities in America, none deserve the misanthrope’s fury more than Los Angeles. After all, what urban area better represents the false promises of contemporary American Dreams than the one that declares you’re […]
Going from the deep south of France all the way to Belgium is no joke. Maybe for people living in the USA or in Canada driving 1300km is of no consequence and they would do it to visit Aunt Gudrun over the weekend. Not so in Europe where the same distance can have you cross […]