Category Archives: Five Questions

Five Questions: An Interview with Arthur Tress

Arthur Tress is a photographer whose work freely crosses the boundaries of documentary, narrative, and the surreal. He’s traveled the world and traversed the subconscious. And his work has special meaning to us, as he’s not only created over 25 Blurb books, but he shot some of his early work in San Francisco, Blurb’s home [...]

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Pups and Polaroids: Five Questions for Jesse Freidin

Jesse Freidin specializes in pet photography, particularly dog portraiture (though the list of animals he’s photographed includes the occasional elephant). He’s been voted “Beast Dog Photographer in the San Francisco Bay Area” for the past three years by Bay Woof. If that’s not enough of a specialty, well, Jesse Freidin only shoots analog. And he [...]

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Plastic Cameras and Analog Love: Five Questions for Tiffany Bukowski of Lomography USA

  On Mondays we like to take a moment and ask people who are experts in their fields to drop a bit of photographic knowledge on us. Today, we talk with Tiffany Bukowski, territory manager northwest, of the Lomographic Society USA. The Lomographic Society has carved out a unique niche, serving up analog (and only analog) [...]

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Photos of Afghanistan from Above:
Five Questions for a US Flight Medic and Photographer

Every couple of weeks we ask a photographer five questions about how they get the photos that they get. This week, our subject is Garrick Morgenweck, a US Army Flight Medic whose book, My Year in Afghanistan, really impressed me. A lot of really incredible books have been made by those that have served in [...]

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