I went to the Marin Headlands this weekend. It was supposed to be foggy. In other words, my kind of conditions. It was actually too foggy, so I didn’t get a chance to take too many photos. I am sharing just a handful. (Below the fold.)
Anyway, just when I finished editing the blog post, I thought to myself: why not try something new? Why not share links to some of the articles and visual commentary that have caught my attention.
I hope you like them as much as I did. What would make it even better is if you can send me links to photos and visual essays that you think are worth sharing with others? It might be an excellent way to encourage people to look beyond Instagram and Facebook.
What the mountains taught me about photography and life: “I need to spend more caution to the small investments, the small movements and the small decisions,” writes my friend René Algesheimer. His writing, like his photographs, is such a joy.
It is not the camera, but who’s behind the camera that ultimately makes magic. Here is a list of 16 photographers who are creating magic with mobile phone cameras.
What’s fake and what’s real? It doesn’t matter. In the end, everything is a remix, as you can see in this delightful visual essay by Francois Prost.
In the age of the network, every memory comes with metadata. I have written about it so often and was utterly blown away by this theme’s visual interpretation by Livia Foldes. Her work is so simple and yet so evocative.