Tag Archive | Photography

Alphabet trucks


Found this one in my feeds today. Photographer Eric Tabuchi just released a book called “Alphabet Trucks”. It’s the result of thousands of miles of driving. I really like these “photocollections”. My favourites are the various towers by Bernd and Hilla Becher, Ed Ruscha’s gas stations (which clearly inspired Tabuchi since he is working on a project called “Abandoned gas stations”) and of course Atget’s work, who eternalised a Paris that was rapidly fading.

via Booooooooooom!


het gouden uur …

The Golden Hour



Het afgelopen weekend bevond ik mij in het pittoreske Herbeumont waar ik een leuk perspectief ontdekte om kinderen in beeld te brengen.

The Genius Of Photography

D14 by Man Ray

Dankzij Artur 2 weken geleden afgestemd op The Genius of Photography, een 6-delige BBC-reeks over de fotografie, haar ontstaan en evolutie, en haar verschillende toepassingsvormen. Ik moet zeggen dat ik al veel nuttige informatie en zelfs een beetje inspiratie heb kunnen halen uit de 2 afleveringen die ik al gezien hebben.

Als fotografie je ding is vergeet dan deze donderdag vooral niet af te stemmen op canvas voor de vierde aflevering “Paper Movies” tussen 22:05 en 23:05.

A photographic weekend-project.

I am really into photography and like with all of my hobbies, I go retro. I collect old mac, I collect vinyl records and I like to take analog pictures, be it 32 mm or polaroid (although that’s going to got harder and harder in the future). When I saw this article over at gizmodo, I instantly knew what my next weekend-project is going to be: making a pinhole camera.

A pinhole camera is a basic camera camera that anyone can make from cardboard and some tin foil. You can make more fancy ones like the ones in the article, but you can also just make a hole in a shoebox and use that as a camera. Forget aperture, focus length, with a pinhole camera, what you see is what you get. The images might look a bit fuzzy, but that’s part of it’s charm in my opinion.

I don’t know when I’ll have the time to actually do this project, but if I ever do, you’ll be the first to know.