Mark Whiteley, skateboarder and Leica photographer, provides us with the next installment of his interview series “Rolling Through the Shadows.” This series takes a closer look at the seemingly unlikely collision of skateboarding and M photography from the perspective of the skaters and photographers themselves.
The interview is pretty rad, there’s more photos to be seen as well if you head over to Leica’s blog.
Victoria Will is a prominent fashion photographer who recently captured these amazing tintypes at Sundance au lieu to classical portraiture.
My favorite aspect of the tintype is the feeling of washing away and the fleeting yet precious moment that was captured. This aesthetic isn’t found in any other portraits, and it’s furken beautiful.
Gaze at the rest of Victoria Will’s Sundance portraits here.
This one is going to throw you around the emotional wheel of fortune.
The team at Tumblr released their year in review and it’s fucking sick.
I’ll let them explain it for me.
Tumblr’s Year in Review is a showcase of the best stuff on the Internet from 2013. Follow along for a daily dose of creativity, humor, humanity, fandom, and sharing.
And GIFs. Lots of GIFs!
How’d we get these incredible results? We analyzed millions of blogs, billions of posts, and zillions of notes according to a number of factors — total volume of posts and tags (original and reblogged), web traffic, follower growth over time, and more. Finally, we put them into the blog you’re reading right now. Hello!
TL;DR — It’s been a great year!
If you don’t already have a slight idea as to who Vivian Maier is, I say slight idea because we all have just a slight idea at best, now is your time to build an interest in this hyper secretive photographer whose work was haphazardly left in the hands of John Maloof.
There’s several galleries showing her work around the world. It’s your job to google search that one.