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"Those who surrender freedom for security will not have, nor do they deserve, either one." – Benjamin Franklin

"Those who surrender freedom for security will not have, nor do they deserve, either one." - Benjamin Franklin

Alan Dejecacion for HESO Magazine

HESO Photo of the Week from Alan Dejecacion

Alan Dejecacion for HESO Magazine

Rihoko at Yoshi's ©2011 Alan Dejecacion

Alan Dejecacion is an editorial and documentary photographer from San Francisco, California. See more of his images here.

The last year or so I’ve really been enjoying working on street portraits. I always carry a camera whenever I step out and have been fortunate enough to meet some really interesting characters; family is always around so I’ve been documenting them also. Basically looking for trouble, the truth, and a fun time. Thanks very much for dropping by.

-Alan

All images ©2011 Alan Dejecacion

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Chinese Light © Barthelemy Longueville

HESO Photo of the Week by Barthelemy Longueville

Chinese Light © Barthelemy Longueville

Chinese Light © Barthelemy Longueville

Know the white, but keep the black!
知其白,守其黑

(Lao Zi – Dao de jing / 老子, 道德经)

About Barthelemy:
A photographer (among other things) based in China, I consider photography as a path to explore the simple beauty of our daily lives.
Barthelemy is a member of BOP, and recently took part in the In Search of Humanistic Photography at the CPF Exhibition. More on Shadowgraphy.

HESO Photo of the Week by Arnaud De Grave

Lebanon, Beirut, shot with an Olympus OM1-MD and 50mm 1.4 on Scala @ 200iso, October 2010.

Kids don’t care about politics, just learning how to fly…

Check out more of Arnaud’s photography at Azimut Brutal

Calcutta Holy Man (Sean Miles Lotman)

Photo of the Week Sean Lotman

Calcutta Holy Man (Sean Miles Lotman)

Calcutta Holy Man

I was born in the 1970s, which means I came of age in a crossover generation straddling both analogue and digital cultures. Many of my peers are now in the vanguard of Internet media, yet many of them, like myself, grew up writing school reports on typewriters and making mixed tapes for the girls we loved. A whole industry of iPhone applications has evolved to cater to the nostalgia of this lo-fi sensibility– that it is an artifice does not matter to many in our ironically inclined generation. I am not altogether Luddite, but I believe that regarding photography at least, authenticity is more valuable than convenience which is why I shoot analogue rather than digital.

Sean Lotman is the author of the monthly column Pop Zeitgeist

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