For some time now my partner has been dropping heavy hints that she would like to try film photography. She would be the the first to admit, and she does, that she’s no photographer. She’s not even in the happy snapper class subscribing more to the jab it somewhere near the shutter button and hope for the best school of thought. Pondering how to overcome this generally frowned upon technique I reasoned that if she used something more than a point and shoot she would be forced to concentrate on what she was doing. Not, I hasten to add, that there’s anything wrong with a point and shoot as some of the impressive results obtained from them and featured here on 35mmc will testify.5 Frames of Street Photography in Greenwich with a Minolta SRT-101b – By Peter Roberts — 35mmc
During my time away, I visited New York City. While taking photos at the September 11th Memorial, this man struck up a conversation with me. HIs name is Scott Crawford. I quickly surmised that he visited here quite often. He told me he’d been drawn to this place by a facscination with the architecture that […]Street photography: Scott Crawford — Milford Street
India is regarded as the best country for the fullest travel experience – both the good and not so good experiences that one can have while traveling as a tourist.
A photographer who has captured this range of experiences is photographer Scott Schuman with his new book: The Sartorialist: India.
Available in October, it is full of Schuman’s signature street portraiture style.
This book will be a photogenic addition to your library.