Documentary and Fashion Photography

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Friday implies mail day – time to look at the work YOU sent in!

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Olivier Desmet (Tsukiji).
James Pritchett.
Mike Hess.
Alec Hoffman.
Adam Gagnon.

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Ted Forbes.
The Art of Photography.
2830 S. Hulen, Studio 133.
Fort Worth, TX 76109.
United States of A.

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17 Comments

  1. As always so good to see your passion for supporting other artists – keep up the fantastic work.

  2. Just sending you some love and appreciation from Vancouver 🇨🇦, bruh… I admire the myriad variety of content that you create.📸🎯☀️✌🏻😎

  3. Hey Ted, I’ve watched your show for some years now and now I’m starting to think in doing my own zine, probably on anti-fascit acts on today’s brazil. Hope I get to finish it and send it to you!

  4. Dear Ted, I think you’ve been working very hard and you need a vacation. I propose London as it is a wonderful city with an ever growing film and street photography community. You really should come back, a lot has changed :). On a side note I absolutely love watching these videos, it amazes me what other people produce.
    P.S. I’m totally not biased towards London (says the man who was born and raised in London 😉 ).

  5. Hello Ted,
    I love the Show when you Show photographic work. Do you have the contact where I can get the zine “to see and be seen”? I would like to order some…
    Thank you very much, great Show
    Christoph

  6. Another interesting video that really makes amateur zine production feasible. But please Ted, drop the ‘see ya’ and revert to the old salutation. It’s just not right.

  7. First , hats off to you , for encouraging people,neglecting whatever their capacacity is. Second; Art world needs optimisttics like you. Keep up the good work.

  8. I like this community, not so many photography community you can actually join to..

  9. Ted, I really liked the gene “Home Bound” by Mr. Adams and I appreciate the reasoning you gave to take pictures is just more than true!! l;ook, when someone starts finding situations to suit shooting photographs that appeal to their minds, the hunt never ends to perfect picture situations and frustration must catch up to abandonment, and many failed to show up with the excuses of not getting what they needed!! There’s a multitude of opportunities around you, only to give them a hard look to get them and expose them to your heart’s content and once you start finding them you never fall short of subjects that won’t give you happiness a little but to the extent Mr. Adams has got from his work!!

  10. Indeed, creating books is a labour of love; I’ve been working on one for over a year — a collection of urban landscapes I made in the ’80, which are popular as prints, since most of the recorded locations have been obliterated or transformed.

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