Link: Gavin WatsonChroniques anglaises | Le Journal de la Photographie
Born in 1965 in northwest London, Gavin Watson started taking pictures at an early age. By the time he was 14 he was a skinhead, immersed in the world of Madness and Two Tone, and set about documenting the antics of his friends and especially this ‘muse’, his brother Neville
Reaction to a foul ball, Salt Lake Bees vs. Memphis Redbirds at SpringMobile Ballpark, Salt Lake City
One of the greatest things I’ve seen at a baseball game was this footrace between pizza, ice cream and hot dog:
But now, a few minutes later, I’m thinking maybe there was something better at some point in my life.
In case you’re wondering, hot dog made a late surge at the finish line but ice cream cone won the race. Pizza came in third.
Link: Ponte City: An Apartheid-Era High Rise Mired in Myth – LightBox
The work, honored with the Discovery Award at Recontres d’Arles in 2011, is comprised of more than 600 photographs presented in an installation of three light boxes towering over viewers at a height of 13 feet
Link: Platinum Palladium Printing with Leica M Monochrom on Vimeo
Manuel Gomes Teixeira, photographer and Platinum Palladium printer, usually uses traditional methods, with photographic film in medium and large format cameras.
Invited by the exclusive distributor of Leica cameras in Portugal, he tested the Leica Monochrom. The high quality files, showing a rich tonal range, adapt very well to Platinum printing.