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Fujifilm Klasse S
Photographer: Nobuyoshi Araki
Araki is the featured photographer in the Tokyo Camera Style feature of the May 2014 issue of Nippon Camera.
 In addition to my portrait of him there’s a several page feature of some of his recent work and a great little interview about his thoughts on going blind in his right eye, support for amateur photographers, and his upcoming massive exhibition in Toyota city next month.  This issue is in bookstores now.

Fact: Araki filled in the right lens of his glasses with a black marker himself.
Apr 19, 2014 / 98 notes

tokyo-camera-style:

Fujifilm Klasse S

Photographer: Nobuyoshi Araki

Araki is the featured photographer in the Tokyo Camera Style feature of the May 2014 issue of Nippon Camera.

In addition to my portrait of him there’s a several page feature of some of his recent work and a great little interview about his thoughts on going blind in his right eye, support for amateur photographers, and his upcoming massive exhibition in Toyota city next month. This issue is in bookstores now.

Fact: Araki filled in the right lens of his glasses with a black marker himself.
Leica R6.2 (1992–2002)via Leica Camera France
Apr 18, 2014 / 29 notes

Leica R6.2 (1992–2002)
via Leica Camera France

10 Books to Buy Before You Even Look at Mine by the other Martin Taylor on Flickr.
Apr 17, 2014 / 3 notes
terrysdiary:

LIQUORS
Apr 17, 2014 / 635 notes

terrysdiary:

LIQUORS

Looking Into the Past: Behind Gare St. Lazare, Paris, France by jasonepowell on Flickr.
Apr 14, 2014 / 8 notes
On the left:The host of my Leica virus, a Leica M6 with the Noctilux-M 1:1/50. This set, along with a 90mm Summicron, a 28mm Elmarit and Winder-M, was a present in the late 80s from my father, after he decided to concentrate on the Leica R system.
On the right:The latest effects of that virus, a Leica M Monochrom with the actual Noctilux-M 1:0.95/50 Asph.
Apr 9, 2014 / 18 notes

On the left:
The host of my Leica virus, a Leica M6 with the Noctilux-M 1:1/50. This set, along with a 90mm Summicron, a 28mm Elmarit and Winder-M, was a present in the late 80s from my father, after he decided to concentrate on the Leica R system.

On the right:
The latest effects of that virus, a Leica M Monochrom with the actual Noctilux-M 1:0.95/50 Asph.

The Four Brothers by Stegosaurus2009 on Flickr.
Apr 8, 2014 / 5 notes
greatartinuglyrooms:

Martin Creed

Haha, is this »Lights Off«? BTW »Lights On/Off« would be perfect for an animated gif.
Apr 7, 2014 / 66 notes

greatartinuglyrooms:

Martin Creed

Haha, is this »Lights Off«? BTW »Lights On/Off« would be perfect for an animated gif.

Julian OpieChristine swimming. 01, 2008Acrylic, aluminium, vinyl and fluorescent light374.2 x 206.9 x 21 cm
Apr 7, 2014 / 1 note

Julian Opie
Christine swimming. 01, 2008
Acrylic, aluminium, vinyl and fluorescent light
374.2 x 206.9 x 21 cm

Apr 7, 2014 / 5 notes