I’m excited to bring back Bumming Around with this photo feature with work by my friend Jayne Lies. She’s a New York photographer and visual artist. Jayne submitted this selection of 35mm film shots that capture a slice of everyday New York life through her eyes. The style of the photos is candid and voyeuristic and the subject matter revolves around the sighs and people that you might miss walking New York streets. There’s footage here from the recent Eric Garner protests as well as portraits displaying the character and struggle of OG New Yorkers.
New York has been a constant source of adventure, mystery and discovery for me and these photos reflect the random diversity everyday life here. I admire Steve’s hustle to get out there so regularly and shoot street photography such as these. The series of images he submitted were all shot on film over the past year.
I’ve seen his skills develop over the past year and it’s good to see that he’s garnered quite the audience on instagram. Follow him there for a steady stream of compelling photos accompanied by some of the funniest commentary on the platform.
You can check out Steve’s Tumblr and click through for more images.
Back with another photography feature, this time from the industrial scenes of Detroit. Photographer Rodrigo Ferrer hails from Livonia, Michigan but shoots frequently in the motor city.
This week I bring you another Bumming Around photo feature by New York lensman OG Seige. He’s got a unique eye and the instinct to capture those fleeting moments New Yorkers experience daily. You can follow him on tumblr and instagram.
I discovered Jeff Masamori’s photos online and hit him up to contribute to Third Looks. I was very impressed by the stunning desert shots ended up submitting.
These were shot in the Alabama Hills of California. The medium format images were taken with a Hasselblad 500 C/M using Ektar 100 and the digital on a Canon 7D. – Jeff
You can see more of Jeff’s work through his website and blog , more photos after the jump
The latest Bumming Around feature comes by way of Melbourne. Photographer Ben Clement took these photos while exploring the Australian city where he is based.
I profiled Viberg a little while back and you may remember seeing his photos (and answers) that accompanied that feature. I really liked those images so I asked him to send me more of his photography. These are a mix of older and newer work from Guy. Click through to see the entire set and ou can see more of his images on his website.