Yawn Mag – Freddie Caramanico Interview

img_08081

Brooklyn’s Freddie Caramanico aka FREDDIE WAP has some photos & a little interview on the NYC based Yawn Mag site which you can check out here. This month’s issue covers photographers shooting film around NYC so check back every few days for new interviews.

EXTRA: They did an incredible interview with Tyrone Williams which you can check out here.

Orange Juice – The Gallery By Hikaru Funya

bunnyhop

Tokyo based photographer Hikaru Funya lands a spot in the newest installment of “the gallery” from the guys over at We Are Orange Juice. Click here to check the amazing photo above and more plus a quick interview with the man himself.

Travis Mortz Explains The Sunny 16 Rule

Our recent podcast guest Travis Mortz explains basic daylight exposure for his local film lab. It’s like learning to read light instead of words.

Cycling, Cameras, and Cats with Sandy Carson


Sandy Carson is part of the original Fairdale family which started back in January of 2012 and as a full time photographer he’s always doing something exciting wether it be on his bicycle of off. Hit play to take a seat w/ Sandy to hear a bit more about what he’s done and what he’s got goin on.

Edwin Car Wash Railhop T-shirts

edwin shirts

Our friend Kris AKA DaTurtleKing AKA I’m Eugene made these t-shirts featuring his depiction of the iconic Jeff Z photo of Edwin doing the West Side Highway Car Wash railhop. They are available for purchase here.

“The BMX Businessman”

Jon Lynn and his new family at Mashable made this short film as a testament to the picture quality of the new iPhone 6s Plus and for a bit of comic relief. Although it’s not technically 4k (as it’s advertised), the resolution of each frame of video from this cellphone is higher than a single frame from my first digital camera. Make sure you enable “2160p” to view this in all its glory.

Edwin Delarosa Photo Gallery

edwin_delarosa1
Edwin Delarosa has a light collection of work over on the Muddguts site which you can check out by clicking here. Within you’ll find some raw 35mm photos from the man himself around NYC.