She’s reading “Notes From Underground”, by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
With us today is NYC street photographer Ourit Ben Haïm, the force behind the wonderful “visual library” called the Underground New York Public Library. In this library, the “Reading-Riders” of the NYC subways are featured in her photographs. Ourit, thank you for your time. I’ll try and make this as painless as possible.
“Haha. It’s fun to be doing this. Thank you for the interest.”
For this interview we’re honored to feature Billy Howard, a professional photographer based in Atlanta. Billy has photographed in Asia, Latin America, Africa and Europe, and his work is exhibited internationally. He’s also a 2011-2012 Rosalynn Carter Fellow in Mental Health Journalism and he’s currently working on a documentary on teenagers with mental illness. He kindly accepted to answer some questions about himself and his projects.
For this interview we’re featuring Christopher Frank Beitz, a young photographer based in Buffalo, NY who is taking the first step in his photographic career. He kindly accepted to answer some questions about himself and his projects.
I have been impressed by his enthusiasm for photography and by his quest for new ideas and challenges, so I decided I wanted to know more.
With us today a personal favorite of mine, Brandon Stanton.
One of our member, Sanne Terpstra, a Photographer from the Netherlands made this great guide explaining how to develop black and white film. It’s well written and very easy to follow. And bonus point, it’s a downloadable PDF !