James Green (eD)
UK. q: What is conceptual photography? a: Conceptual photography is a photography genre in which the artists makes a photograph of a concept or idea. q: What inspires you? a: The things that mostly inspire me to snap, are artists works of the past, present and future. Andy Warhol: A Documentary Film, Beautiful Losers, Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson, Objectified,...
The French do it better. q: What do you want to show through your photographs? a: Well, I don’t know what I want to show but I think I know what I look for. I look for traces of man, his past, and through these traces what he became. Knowing what I was, to learn what I am, seems to me essential. A friend told me one day that my photographic work resembled the work of an archaeologist...
Born 1988 in Bath, UK. Lives and works in London. Do check out her photographic series on her website. Interesting stuff. q: What are trying to achieve with our photographic gifs? Or what how do you go about making them? a: I’m not really sure what I’m trying to achieve but i’ve become a bit obsessed with making them lately because I really enjoy how experimental they are...
Australia. Amazing colours and textures, definitely a personal favorite. q: I like your band photography, any tips when shooting gigs/bands? a: I like to use a lens with a lower f-stop at shows so I can use natural light. q: Any person or band you wish you could photograph? a: Pocahaunted, they’d look good on film. q: How many bags do you have? a: I get ounces. q: Any new...
From Portugal. Living in Holland. 23. q: Your pictures have a nostalgic feel to them. Why analog photography? a: Maybe because of the “nostalgic feel” inherent to it, but also because of the waiting. In a world where you can have almost everything instantly, it’s refreshing to have something to look forward to. It always makes my day to go get the envelope filled with...
Portugal. “Currently studying at Escola Superior de Música e Artes do Espectáculo, in the area of Photography.” q: Do you develop you own photographs? How do you do it? a: I develop only black and white and slide films, the color ones, I usually go to a photo store and they develop them for me! Since I’m attending a BA that has some classes on photography, my university has...