Keegan Allen: Life. Love. Beauty – A Mature Collection From A Young Man

Tuesday, February 24th, 2015

Pretty Little Liars fans will recognize the name Keegan Allen, as character Toby Cavanaugh. But this isn’t Entertainment Tonight. This post is about his new book. I’ll admit that when I was first contacted about the book, my Hollywood spidey sense was tingling, as I imagined it could be a vanity press book, about a […]

What’s In The Bag? Daniel Milnor Shows How Digital and Analog Live In One Place

Sunday, January 25th, 2015

“Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don’t” Peter Paul/1980 Analog or Digital? Seems like an easy question to answer. If you’ve ever used film, you know the difference in the workflow. And the image. It’s a different skill set that will probably be soon relegated to those few willing to put in the […]

The Fuji X-Pro1 shows it face at CES 2012. And it’s lookin pretty good

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

It was tethered to its perch at the Fuji booth, just waiting for the eager hands to explore it. The rumor mills had been heating up for months, as photographers clamored for a professional digital viewfinder with interchangeable lenses. The Fuji X-Pro1. Perhaps as an alternative to the Leica M9, which ,while at the top […]

Street Smarts- “What’s in the bag?” with Chris Weeks showing how to pack light

Sunday, October 18th, 2009

The last in the current series of videos with LA based freelance photographer Chris Weeks. This time he shows you what he carries when he is doing his more personal work, away from the world of assignments. He packs small, but mighty. Check it out: We’d like to thank Chris for all of the solid […]

What’s In The Bag? – This time Chris Weeks shows us the goods

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

A few weeks ago, we ran into a photographer at an event in Hollywood, and since we usually chat up the shooters, this time was no exception. Chris Weeks is a freelance photographer based in LA, who has one of the freshest takes on the standard assignments that occur in a photogs life. Check out […]

From Our Friend At The Old SmogRanch

Thursday, April 30th, 2009

He calls them rants, or musings, or a personal perspective. We just dig the voice. Just Hangin w/ Daniel Milnor So I volunteered today, most of the day, over at the somewhat local darkroom. I planned on printing a little, just playing around with split toning, which I THINK I have an idea how to […]

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