Today, Zeno Gill shares a visual through black and white 35mm film. The work, entitled “His Loss,” is an all too common emotional journey of heartbreak lived vicariously through the model, Shannon, which depicts visual representations of the emotions we experience. Reader Excerpts allow those who read Now Developing to become part of the collective […]Read more "Reader Excerpts: His Loss"
Today, my very good friend Alex Pawelczyk shares with us some personal and passionate thoughts regarding his recent life changes that have had an affect on his creative means and inspiration. He speaks about his latest experiences in regards to losing (and regaining) his sense of spontaneity and how his camera is his tool in […]Read more "Reader Excerpts: Find It"
Today’s feature comes from Craig Peters. Craig shows us a large format photography project that visually represents his feelings towards certain aspects of his life. Reader Excerpts allow those who read Now Developing to become part of the collective by sharing a written piece alongside their images on a topic of their choice. If you have […]Read more "Reader Excerpts: Found and Lost"
Today’s feature comes from Jack Allan. Jack showcases a point of view piece from no other place than the toilet. The uniqueness is not only in the subject matter and where the series is shot, but the beauty lies in the limitations of the series, both in process and final production. Reader Excerpts allow those […]Read more "Reader Excerpts: Views from the Porcelain Throne"
Today’s piece comes from Sikandar Rana. Sikandar shares a place that is close to his heart and how he has interacted with that place through creating images, both snapshots of daily life and deliberate, time-consuming photo creation. As Sikandar takes us on his move from London to Guildford, we understand his appreciation for simplicity both […]Read more "Reader Excerpts: Guildford on an Olympus XA2"
Today’s piece comes from my personal friend, Joy Celine Asto. Joy shows shares a piece of photographic work accompanied by a piece of written work that visualizes and originates from her interest in Greek literature and mythology. A truly spectacular execution of photographic representation of feelings, thoughts, and storytelling. Reader Excerpts allow those who […]Read more "Reader Excerpts: Finding Inspiration in the Eerie and the Emotional"
Today’s feature comes from Daniel Rodriguez. Daniel tells a story from his perspective of a Mexican-American that most likely echoes true to many first-generation citizens. His work as well as his written story make you understand what many people in America go through on a daily basis: floating in the in-between of identifying and understanding […]Read more "Reader Excerpts: Foreign Observer"
Today’s piece comes from Joe Berisford. Joe takes us on his trip to Amsterdam, a city that reinvigorates his spirit for creating images in a more simplistic fashion, focusing on things as they are. The buzzing European city live is a polar opposite to his small town vibe back in England, which seems to drive […]Read more "Reader Excerpts: DAMN"
Today’s piece comes from Ryan Berger. Ryan tells us about his humble beginning in photography; fast forwarding through his digital cameras, our friendship that has been cemented through photography, and his new-found love for his Fuji GA645zi that breathes new life into his creative expression and hobby to record his daily life. Reader Excerpts allow […]Read more "Reader Excerpts: Forty Eight Hours in Tennessee"
Today’s visual-narrative piece comes from Michael Ivnitsky. Michael shares a project entitled “Somewhere Between Waking and Sleeping.” A documentary of his time while transitioning back to life in Tel Aviv explores and visualizes his struggles with insomnia and the constant battle to keep the wheels beneath him moving while transitioning between the dynamics of two […]Read more "Reader Excerpts: Somewhere Between Waking and Sleeping"