“That’s what I recommend.”
Heck, we’ve been avoiding cell phones in our street shooting; now, once again, Mr. Friedlander owns a meme. Click on http://elleryeskelin.blogspot.com.ar/2015/04/spring-2015.html and scroll down a bit. I agree that he disagrees with a point in the mostly OK article (with its flimsy premise and cliches). Read it mostly for the pictures: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/26/magazine/lee-friedlander-captures-the-citys-hustle-and-flow.html?_r=0
We love this guy’s work; the sensibility seems to fall somewhere between Lee Friedlander’s and Martin Parr’s.
Not atypically, this got posted about a week later than it should have been, and Time Magazine scooped us, but since our respective readerships don’t overlap significantly, here’s a link to that item: http://time.com/3819762/lars-tunbjork-obituary/
We would be remiss if we were not to follow up on this. Plan now to register your grupo o troupe for the big procession!
We’ve demonstrated a number of times how quick and how easy it can be to make a pinhole camera; we’ve also seen examples of how specialized a camera can be designed. Now is the time to do it for World Wide Pinhole Photography Day.
There are endless links to resources, from Kodak to artists to enthusiast groups to youtube tutorials. Dig in! Here are a few examples from the Huge School.