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alveoliphotography:

All in. August, 2014.

Alveoli X Alveoli Photography

Reblogging OK with all notes intact.

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nymphoninjas:


NN & Trouble - 
I haven’t submitted in ages, mainly because I’ve been off taking photographs of other people, with some minor success. But recently I’ve started shooting self-portraits again, often with this nifty Yashicamat camera, which makes doing mirror self-portraits both easier and prettier. Seeing as NN was in a sense where I got my start in this phase of my photography career, it seems only fitting that I send you one, as a way of saying thanks for the early and enthusiastic support.
This is also only the second time I’ve posted an image with my face showing anywhere on Tumblr. I spent ages being super secretive about my photography, hiding my face, using a pseudonym, and so forth, but I am done with all that now. This is me, warts and all, and I’m cool with that.  
- Andrew, Alveoli Photography (aka the artist formerly known as Emmer Baker)

Andrew, it’s so nice to see the man behind the magic. I’ve admired your work for a while now and think it’s really cool you’re feeling comfortable enough to attach your name and face to your practice. It’s something I’ve often fantasized about doing but know I’m not ready to take that step. Your camera has a really nice quality to it and I’d love it if one day Ninja and I could be in front of the lens. -Trouble

alveoliphotography:

All in. August, 2014.

Alveoli X Alveoli Photography

Reblogging OK with all notes intact.

twitter | instagram | flickr | website/prints

nymphoninjas:

NN & Trouble - 

I haven’t submitted in ages, mainly because I’ve been off taking photographs of other people, with some minor success. But recently I’ve started shooting self-portraits again, often with this nifty Yashicamat camera, which makes doing mirror self-portraits both easier and prettier. Seeing as NN was in a sense where I got my start in this phase of my photography career, it seems only fitting that I send you one, as a way of saying thanks for the early and enthusiastic support.

This is also only the second time I’ve posted an image with my face showing anywhere on Tumblr. I spent ages being super secretive about my photography, hiding my face, using a pseudonym, and so forth, but I am done with all that now. This is me, warts and all, and I’m cool with that.  

- Andrew, Alveoli Photography (aka the artist formerly known as Emmer Baker)

Andrew, it’s so nice to see the man behind the magic. I’ve admired your work for a while now and think it’s really cool you’re feeling comfortable enough to attach your name and face to your practice. It’s something I’ve often fantasized about doing but know I’m not ready to take that step. Your camera has a really nice quality to it and I’d love it if one day Ninja and I could be in front of the lens. 
-Trouble

So glad to have been a little part of this epic road trip, Selina.

selinamayer:

My road trip is over and I am finally home, after:
6 weeks
Almost 5000 miles
127 rolls of 120 film
37 rolls of 35mm film
60 boxes of instant film
Thank you so much to everyone I got to meet and work with on this crazy journey: alveoliphotography, sarahbowman, magnus-photos, George Pitts, thepenelopeenterprise, queendandelion, incriminatingwords, ghostfacesylvia, publicfruit, ericajay, sookie-m, jamesweberstudio, Barry Simpson, benrains, ellie-lane-imagery, jngphoto, camdamage, lolaohmy, xonoh, dustbowlugly, Jessica Spencer, jacsfishburne, angiemariedreams, brookelynne, brookeva, jordanbunniie, vatoben, samgussphoto, vivian-fu and of course, last but not least, roarieyum.
To those I missed for one reason or another; there will be a next time!
Tomorrow I return to the daily grind of the day job, but for now I’m going to potter around for a few more hours before crashing out.
Photos to follow when I have the time and non-jetlagged mental capacity to start processing and scanning..

So glad to have been a little part of this epic road trip, Selina.

selinamayer:

My road trip is over and I am finally home, after:

  • 6 weeks
  • Almost 5000 miles
  • 127 rolls of 120 film
  • 37 rolls of 35mm film
  • 60 boxes of instant film

Thank you so much to everyone I got to meet and work with on this crazy journey: alveoliphotography, sarahbowman, magnus-photos, George Pitts, thepenelopeenterprise, queendandelion, incriminatingwords, ghostfacesylvia, publicfruit, ericajay, sookie-m, jamesweberstudio, Barry Simpson, benrains, ellie-lane-imagery, jngphoto, camdamage, lolaohmy, xonoh, dustbowlugly, Jessica Spencer, jacsfishburne, angiemariedreams, brookelynne, brookeva, jordanbunniie, vatoben, samgussphoto, vivian-fu and of course, last but not least, roarieyum.

To those I missed for one reason or another; there will be a next time!

Tomorrow I return to the daily grind of the day job, but for now I’m going to potter around for a few more hours before crashing out.

Photos to follow when I have the time and non-jetlagged mental capacity to start processing and scanning..

corpseonpumpkin:

"When placing these two notes together on the table, finally having studied them side by side, it was then understandable how a person might retain both sheets within the span of a week only to file each away separately in accordance with systemic rote without second thought. However, side by side, studying their letters’ sweeps and curls, it was clear to the common eye (discerning or no) that the individual authors were indeed the very same individual. In basic study of the two signatures alone—even regarding altered and elongated flourishes—their similarities were perhaps as apparent as a fresh streak of paint striped across a wall previously worked upon from the same paint can though since dried. It would be akin to stamping a left thumb print across that of one’s own right hand; there is a physical difference in the lines, but only separated from the whole in design.”

- Passage: Juliana Petersen-Marina, from her essay ‘Patterns of the Subconscious Mind: Dissociative Identity Disorder in the Modern Workplace’ (1981)
- Photography: Jaret Ferratusco
- Featuring: Blake Carrillo, from Cinema/Minimal

Thank you.

corpseonpumpkin:

"When placing these two notes together on the table, finally having studied them side by side, it was then understandable how a person might retain both sheets within the span of a week only to file each away separately in accordance with systemic rote without second thought. However, side by side, studying their letters’ sweeps and curls, it was clear to the common eye (discerning or no) that the individual authors were indeed the very same individual. In basic study of the two signatures alone—even regarding altered and elongated flourishes—their similarities were perhaps as apparent as a fresh streak of paint striped across a wall previously worked upon from the same paint can though since dried. It would be akin to stamping a left thumb print across that of one’s own right hand; there is a physical difference in the lines, but only separated from the whole in design.”

- Passage: Juliana Petersen-Marina, from her essay ‘Patterns of the Subconscious Mind: Dissociative Identity Disorder in the Modern Workplace’ (1981)
- Photography: Jaret Ferratusco
- Featuring: Blake Carrillo, from Cinema/Minimal

Thank you.

joshwool:

Great day shooting at @artiststudionyc formerly Irving Penn’s studio with @alexcovo @jimherrington @brittany_markert @themichaeldonovan #legendsshoothere (at Penn Studio)

joshwool:

Great day shooting at @artiststudionyc formerly Irving Penn’s studio with @alexcovo @jimherrington @brittany_markert @themichaeldonovan #legendsshoothere (at Penn Studio)