Photography

Hijacked

Thursday July 12, 2012

They say great minds think alike, so it was cool to discover that the fine folks at Hijacked had selected photographer Luke Stephenson (who shot the icecream vans in Smith volume three) for their current group exhibition.

Scottie Cameron

Monday July 02, 2012

Taking photos is a bit like writing words – most of us think we're pretty good at it. It's not like when you need someone to fix your car or clean your teeth. Then, we call in the experts, no questions asked.

Christopher Boffoli

Monday June 25, 2012

When we were young, we were all promised that if we ate up, we would grow to be big and strong. But what if the opposite occurred, so that with each meal we got smaller and smaller? 

Noah Webb

Friday June 22, 2012

Noah Webb snapped Ian Ruhter and his wet-plate camera truck for the latest issue of Smith, but that's not the only thing he's been shooting. 

Liam White

Monday June 18, 2012

Liam White is a photographer who likes to do things the old fashioned way.

Naoki Ishikawa

Monday June 11, 2012

Japanese photographer Naoki Ishikawa climbed Mount Everest twice before receiving his PhD in fine art. This means he's seen things we might never see in ways we will probably never know. 

Luke Byrne

Monday June 04, 2012

Looking at Luke Byrne's photos feels like an endless roadtrip, which is beautiful and all, but you're cooped-up in an office looking at websites while he's on the road seeing the things to see. It's enough to make a man jealous.

Christopher Ireland

Monday May 28, 2012

Sydney photographer Christopher Ireland has a background in advertising and commercial portraiture, but he recently turned his eye toward some of the less-acknowledged spaces of Australian society. 

Andrew B. Myers

Wednesday May 16, 2012

Canadian photographer Andrew B. Myers shoots in a surreal, alternative reality of pale pastel colours, vintage objects and curious juxtapositions.

Photographs of Power

Monday May 07, 2012

For the past 15 years Jeremy Blakeslee has taken the often dangerous journey into the magnificent remnants and ruins of America's industrial history.