Monday was a milestone day for me, celebrated (in my dreams) with a new pint of Ben & Jerry’s Pfish Food – oh, how wonderful some of that would be right now. It was a good day for a milestone (despite the ice cream remaining a dream) because I was sacked out on the couch […]
Are you a skateboarder? Maybe some of your friends are, or a relative. If so, you’ve probably seen some good stuff that had you wishing you had a video camera. The best cameras for filming skateboarding are easy to use and are affordable for a wide range of budgets. Many cities and neighborhoods are including […]
I have been spending time on the basics and learning a bit of the included iPhone camera application. It does a lot by itself but there are some things when you wish to extend the toolkit it will not do. If all you want is the processed JPEG images you can stick with the default […]
You have actually discovered the perfect place and the view in front of you is breathtaking, you take some images and then get them established. What you have actually taken stops working to live up it the view you keep in mind, whatever is a bit lifeless! Does this noise familiar? Then here are some […]
I never dreamed I’d do a popup camper remodel. But ever since I was young I’ve daydreamed about owning a VINTAGE camper and hauling it around the country for photoshoot trips. Think Pinterest worthy Airstreams…etc.
Built by SD Custom Homes and with interiors by Bria Hammel Interiors, this family home features a truly inspiring floor plan. The stunning exterior opens up to a 4-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom space that is as perfect for elegant entertaining as it is for young family living. A well-thought-out floor plan showcases special details throughout the home: […]
Photojournalism is a very important field of work. Without photojournalism, the average citizen in many areas of the world possibly wouldn’t be aware of what’s happening that is newsworthy. The best photojournalism schools in the world provide the training and the framework for you to be able to portray what is going on around us. […]
Photography is an art. Photography is a craft. Photography is a business. Photography is a medium of communication. Indeed, photography is many things to many people. Since there is so much to do with regards to photography, there is also a whole lot to learn. One fantastic way to learn is to look at others […]
Pretty self explanatory haha. Get to know me. Maybe I can do one a year from now and see if I get any new facts. I am 21 years old I turn 22 July 1st I am a cancer I have 2 older sisters I currently have an 11 year old black lab I’ve always […]
On the Way After dropping Arthur’s stuff in Austin, I left for Colorado Springs on a sunny afternoon. It was a great day for a road trip. To the west of Austin, I came across the hill country and high plains, typical of west Texas. Sweetwater is interesting, an endless field of wind turbines occupying […]
Week 4 :: 27 March-2 April Big Bend National Park to Austin TX Wednesday, March 27 Big Bend National Park > 46 miles At the start of our fourth week out on the road, the day we would cross the Rio Grand into Mexico promised to be a warm one. We left the campsite in […]
June 25, 2019 Italian Heathers, whose botanical name is Erica Ventricosa, are a flowering shrub native to the mountain slopes of South Africa. They gained popularity in early nineteenth century England as a potted plant. Growing to a height of three feet and a width of two feet, the shrub sprouts abundant upright branches that […]
Very limited pre-publication edition of V. Vale’s first photography art book, Underground Living. This edition has been exclusively created for the Tokyo Art Book Fair.
Includes more than 75 color photos selected from the 100,000 V. Vale has taken.
Features photos of early Ramones shows, Henry Rollins, Lydia Lunch, John Waters, Genesis P-Orridge, William S. Burroughs, J.G. Ballard, Andy Warhol, Allen Ginsberg, Kathy Acker, Survival Research Labs, and many more!
Special offer: All orders will include 2 signed photo prints by V. Vale—including the first punk rock photo I ever took (of The Dils), and one of John Waters visiting the RE/Search office in 1986.