Posts tagged 120mm
Interview: Jennifer Shaw - It's Personal

Using her macro-enabled Holga camera, photographer Jennifer Shaw illustrates her personal stories of flood and storm-ravaged New Orleans with much of the depth and intimacy of having witnessed them first person. These stories, along with her work as a mother, educator, and creative director for the annual PhotoNOLA Festival, paint the picture of an individual who works tirelessly for her art and craft. Please enjoy Analog Forever Magazine’s eye-opening interview with Jennifer, in advance of your chance to experience PhotoNOLA yourself, coming soon!

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Interview: Thomas Alleman - A Dreamier View

Read our Interview with Thomas Alleman. During a fifteen-year newspaper career, Alleman was a frequent winner of distinctions from the National Press Photographer's Association, as well as being named California Newspaper Photographer of the Year in 1995 and Los Angeles Newspaper Photographer of the Year in 1996.

As a magazine freelancer, Tom's pictures have been published regularly in Time, People, Business Week, Barron's, Smithsonian and National Geographic Traveler, and have also appeared in US News & World Report, Brandweek, Sunset, Harper's and Travel Holiday. Tom has shot covers for Chief Executive, People, Priority, Acoustic Guitar, Private Clubs,Time for Kids, Diverse and Library Journal.

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Featured Photographer: Monica Denevan - A Traveler's Connection

Monica Denevan is a fine-art photographer based in her native home of San Francisco, Ca. Early on in her college career, while helping a friend with a photography class assignment, she discovered a fascination for portraiture and the creative intimacy that develops between the artist and the sitter. She began to study photography, with a particular emphasis on portraiture, and the course of her creative life was set. After earning her degree in photography from San Francisco State she began to travel, and it was through travel, and experiencing life far from her hometown, that she began to develop her photographic voice.

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