John Henry Baliton

14 January 2010

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My good friend John Henry Baliton just started a blog-like stream of photos. Despite it’s newness, there are many nice things posted.

Bartholomew Cooke

09 January 2010

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Still life photography by Bartholomew Cooke.

Toby Burrows

07 December 2009

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Nice photography by Toby Burrows, especially this Fallen series.

Kimm Whiskie

02 December 2009

Nice set of photos from Kimm Whiskie. The site has a modest number of photos, grouped into sets, accompanied by soothing tones… quite relaxing.

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Introducing a weekly interview series about creative couples, exploring their work, experiences, and what they have found to love about working with their significant other. We start off with Caleb and Hanahlie.

Caleb Beyers and Hanahlie Beise are a husband and wife team based in Vancouver, BC. Their collaborative work spans graphics, photography, installations, film/video, and interior/industrial design.  They work together producing gallery based work, and client-based work under the moniker “CASTE“. They share a small, alternately chaotic and organized space with their two spotted Bengal cats, Samson and Spartacus.

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Jess Atkinson

16 November 2009

I’m loving the work of Jess Atkinson, a recent grad from York University & Sheridan College in Toronto. This is her new portfolio site and it has some real gems, especially the series Buddies and Bullies – go see.

Bird

03 November 2009

Gorgeously photographed birds by Andrew Zuckerman for his new book, Bird.

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Photographer Chris Jordan, known for powerful portraits of consumption from his “Running the Numbers” series, has just finished a new project. In his words:

“These photographs of albatross chicks were made just a few weeks ago on Midway Atoll, a tiny stretch of sand and coral near the middle of the North Pacific. The nesting babies are fed bellies-full of plastic by their parents, who soar out over the vast polluted ocean collecting what looks to them like food to bring back to their young. On this diet of human trash, every year tens of thousands of albatross chicks die on Midway from starvation, toxicity, and choking.

To document this phenomenon as faithfully as possible, not a single piece of plastic in any of these photographs was moved, placed, manipulated, arranged, or altered in any way. These images depict the actual stomach contents of baby birds in one of the world’s most remote marine sanctuaries, more than 2000 miles from the nearest continent.”

via Good Magazine

Heiko Waechter – fotoblog

12 October 2009

Heiko Waechter wrote in from Melbourne, Australia (German born). Beautiful photography showcased on one of the slickest flash photo sites I’ve seen. Thanks for the link.

Thomas Prior

11 October 2009

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Wonderful photos by Thomas Prior.