Jun 292015
 
Photographer at Large: Indrajit Khambe

Photographer at Large: Indrajit Khambe How to shoot an emotional moment   Adam’s Note How much distance can we put between the camera and our subject?  Is it a matter that can be measured in feet and meters or is the distance an invisible emotion that ties us to a moment? When Indrajit, a reader [more...]

Apr 072015
 
Over a cup of tea: Origin Magazine

Over a cup of Tea Origin of Lost Ceremony J  A  P  A  N Adam’s Note: When I returned from the first round of shooting Lost Ceremony in Japan, I wrote and illustrated an article for Origin Magazine that has not yet been shared online.  After three years, three exhibitions, and an upcoming book project, [more...]

Mar 122015
 
Fear & Creativity Panel at SXSW Austin

Fear & Creativity Panel at SXSW Austin Finding Your Craft SUNDAY MARCH 15 Finding Your Craft Once a year, I leave the world of the sane and enter the SXSW techno-scape.  SXSW (short for South by South West) is a strange place.  Everything is so connected that after a few hours all I want is an old [more...]

Mar 062015
 
A Recovering DSLR User: William Bright

Recovering DSLR USER William Bright LEICA M240   Hello. My name is William Bright and I’m a recovering DSLR user. For the last twenty years, photography has been a big part of my identity, but recently I began to wonder why it was that I took fewer and fewer photos, despite having some really great [more...]

Mar 042015
 
Do what you Love: OeO Thomas Lykke & Anne-Marie Buemann

Do what you Love OEO Thomas Lykke & Anne-Marie Buemann BY ADAM MARELLI   01 Recently you finished a new showroom for the family run flooring company, Dinesen.  The space feels more like a home and less like a showroom.  Many people don’t think of floors as anything special because they are always under our feet.  [more...]

Feb 162015
 
Photographer at Large: Marc Derydt

Photographer at Large Marc Derydt “A city like no other” Barcelona SPAIN Adam’s Note Paris, Rome, Barcelona…the mere mention of these cities and people will immediately respond.  Our reaction to a city is intensely personal.  Maybe it is the history, the food or the people, but cities possess a magnetic force that we cannot resist. [more...]

Feb 112015
 
When Style is a Gimmick

When Style is a Gimmick Finding your Voice A LESSON FROM ANDY WARHOL   Finding your Voice When first buying a camera, possibly the single greatest aim of every photographer is to find their own style and voice.  This will be the mark that differentiates their work from the next person’s.  A recognizable style is [more...]

Feb 032015
 
Photographer Interview Adam Marelli: Answers Revealed

Interview: Adam Marelli on Dear Susan Answers Revealed BY PASCAL JAPPY Adam’s Note Based in France, Dear Susan is a collective that looks at the creative side of photography.  They named themselves after the critic and photography writer, Susan Sontag.  They mix a range of essays, interviews, and travel pieces so that your next sojourn [more...]

Jan 262015
 
Photographer at Large: Rammy Narula

Photographer at Large: Rammy Narula “Finding Balance” BANGKOK/THAILAND   Adam’s Note Rammy and I met a few years ago in Bangkok.  At the time, he was going through a rough patch personally.  Photography was more than a creative outlet, it was his release from life.  What struck me about Rammy was his willingness to work [more...]