Took a little point and shoot with me,
We’ve finally reached 100,000 reads on our magazine, so happy!
Here’s how we celebrate, #PHOTOGRAPHY style
A collection of beautiful photographs I found on a Dailymail article of Miss America contestants from the 1920s, I wish I knew who took them but the article fails to mention.
You can read the article here - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2200639/Stunning-pageant-photographs-Miss-Americas-bathing-beauties-1920s.html
One photo really stuck out for me, Miss America 1924, Ruth Malcomson.
I never did find the photographer although I did look, here are some more photos of her http://www.retronaut.com/2013/08/miss-america/
Sometimes I like to take photo walks at night, I took one yesterday and photographed a tree I liked, the light behind it makes it look magical. Pretty right?
I’ve been meaning to photograph my Grandad in his beloved garden for a while so spontaneously took a few shots of him when I saw him gardening yesterday with his vegetables then a few shots of the garden alone. Turned out pretty nicely and his portrait has been compared to Andrew Buurman’s Allotments project by a photographer friend of mine which is a lovely compliment because I love that series!
Was going through my archive of photos and came across some photos taken a while back in University. Jonathan had arranged for us to photograph the Coventry Blaze Ice Hockey Team whilst they trained to get a little experience with sports photography. I’d only ever glanced at them and edited a couple but going through them again I found some really lovely shots so here they are:
Not bad for my first attempt at sports photography! The full series can be viewed here www.behance.net/gallery/Coventry-Blaze/10815735
With photography from all over the world ranging from landscapes to fashion, it’s definitely worth a look! To read, visit http://www.hashtagphotographymagazine.co.uk or click the cover. If you like it, share it around too, these photographers really deserve it!