Keeping the art of analog photography alive. Tom Johnston is a large format photographer working in 4x5" and 8x10" film formats in both color and black & white. Using traditional equipment and techniques including the Zone System.
This free site showcases the photography, books and videos of San Francisco artist Charles Gatewood. Starting with artistic nude photography, William S. Burroughs and Wall Street in the 1960s and 1970s, his subjects expanded in the 1980s to include radical sex practices, s/m, bondage and discipline, dominance and submission. In the 90s Gatewood photographed modern primitives, erotic tattooing, extreme body piercing and blood sports. Now he web surfs to find twenty-first century tattooed and messy girls, goths and vampires, radical pagans, Burning Man and many other kinky kinds of people.
Pixtick, an online application that can can capture screenshots from browser. No download or installation required. Features tools to annotate and edit screenshots and images from hard drive or from web, save to server, share on social networks and via email.
"A weblog that posts 5 active photographers a week for 100 weeks. The photographers can be from any discipline within the photographic range, but they have to be worth looking at and have a certain level of quality."
An alternative way of browsing the SFPL's San Francisco Historical Photograph Collection from 1850 to the present.. Old SF offers a glimpse into how the city used to look. Click a dot to see historical photographs. Adjust sliders to change display dates.
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