Nick Mayo is an analogue photographer based in Grand Rapids, MI, USA. His mainly shoots portraiture and street photography, where he enjoys the art of waiting for a story to unfold before him. Drawn to light, shape and form, his photographs tend to take on a strikingly simple composition.
Wes Bowker is a self proclaimed, “Wearer of many hats” he’s a podcaster, police officer, father and husband as well as being a rather accomplished photographer. Wes has recently started a podcast all about family and film photography and he agreed to answer a few questions for us. Continue reading “In Conversation With Wes Bowker”
I’ve talked before about how I took a great picture with my smart phone when the batteries all ran out on my Fuji, well here’s another smartphone shot. This time I just didn’t have a camera with me. I know I should always carry one just in case but I figure having my phone means I am always carrying a camera.
This Christmas I took my m9 to our family gatherings with the aim of getting some family portraits to celebrate the occasion. My teenage nephew is at the stage where he refuses to have his picture taken though. So rather than a smiling picture under the tree I managed to persuade him to have a picture taken with his one true love. His Les Paul guitar. On the condition I did not take any pictures of his face. I think he liked it from the grunts he made.