I knew something wasn’t right as I wound the film back into its canister. Something had broken, but I’d managed to click 24 shots without knowing that the film in my OM10 had slipped off the winder. The film didn’t move for an entire photoshoot, leaving me with this epic multi-exposed photo
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It was a very lucky find. The famous Puffing Billy was dormant as engineers meandered with spanners and rags, twisting valves and polishing weathered copper. Coal was burning, steam was bellowing and the sun was just breaking through the clouds.
I had the the honor of being able to edit some pretty amazing photographs for David Quandt, a great photographer and coworker of mine. David has captured a beautiful collection from Alaska and I’m pleased to be able to share them with you here on PhotoGuides!
Your business card is a potential client’s first port of call. But what if they have a fistful of business cards? Would you pick the minimalist white card with black capital letters…or the awesome mounted film with contact details stamped in red ink?
It’s hard to believe that these photographs are not abstract paintings. Photographer Andre Ermolaev took to the skies to photograph this collection of Iceland’s volcanic rivers. The photos, which Andre often describes as ‘Ethereal’, depict rivers flowing through Iceland’s beds of volcanic ash.