There are days like this one where the blogging community comes up with tons of fancy things I d like to show you. I originally intended to display a bit of my own last shooting but frankly it would have been a very busy post. So feel free to go there on your own @ Http://www.behance.net/gallery/Love-Hate-relationship-(15-pictures)/8186721
I could also pick Walker Evans’s book everyone is buzzing about but I prefer to show you some less visible things that deserve a similar sort of attention. So here we go:
Fashion gone rogue features Naomi Nijboer as a Wallflower for Prestage #6 for a cinematic, mysterious and minimalistic editorial.
Naomi Nijboer is a Wallflower for Prestage #6
Portraits of an All-Female Fighting Unit of the Free Syrian Army spotted in the excellent featureshoot
While we can find this on the other side of the world:
Love Doll Factory on the photoeye.com website.
Interesting photo book about a love dolls factory comes in pink with a “highly enjoyable soft touch cover”.
Also in featureshoot, a feature of photographer and the idea of going in a completely unfamiliar country (language barrier and all sorts of cultural difference delights that could occur when a Japanese is meeting a Latvian for the first time). The result is intriguing, uncanny at time but visually interesting. Photography needs more of those initiatives.
Ayaka Yamamoto’s Portraits of Girls in Latvia and Estonia