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Links we like, May/June 2009
He says: 'I'm a thinker. Ninety percent of the time I don't carry a camera. I see something, think about it, and return with my tools, ready to work.'
We say: You need to do a bit of research to get the measure of Israeli photographer Tamir Sher, but it's well worth it. His website Tamir Sher Art Works, has a range of interesting projects plus a video studio visit. Click here to read a very informative interview from his first New York show. Or just go straight to Tamir's blog and let the images speak for themselves: tamirsher.wordpress.com
Kwasi Boyd Bouldin
He says: 'The Los Angeles Recordings is an ongoing project documenting life in Los Angeles from the perspective of a pedestrian. These are the neighbourhoods I wandered in my younger years on a skateboard with a Pilot marker in my pocket, searching for ways to make my mark. Now they inspire me to share their hidden beauty with those unfortunate enough to drive by without noticing.'
We say: We love that Kwasi B doesn't drive in LA. And we love these cool, considered images. More at www.rebelsciences.com
She says: 'I want there to be a story that's unfurling, so there's a strong emotive line. I really don't want it to just be pretty.'
We say: Californian Chloe is one of PDN's 30 New and Emerging Photographers to Watch this year. Her pictures are not pretty: they're beautiful. More at www.chloeaftel.com
He says: 'Unquiet Places is part of an ongoing project. It documents the Catholic-Polish renaissance of Jewish culture in Poland today.'
We say: Soliman is an American reportage photographer in Berlin with a sensitive, thoughtful aesthetic. 'Unquiet Places' and more at www.lightstalkers.org
We say: Phil's architectural and travel photography is informed by his particular eye for natural light effects. More at www.philclarkehill.co.uk
The Photographic Dictionary
They say: 'The photographic directory is dedicated to defining words through the literal, figurative, and personal meanings found in each photograph.'
We say: A complete and utter joy... www.thephotographicdictionary.org (The image here is by Michelle Anderson, illustrating the word 'Antique'.)
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