Emulsion is a free monthly digital publication that will be coming out at the end of each month here on minor11.com. As anyone who has followed me this year, you know how obsessed I've been with film photography, so each issue will feature ten photographs that I've select from all the photos I've … [Read more...] about Welcome to Emulsion, a New Free Digital Zine
One of the benefits of living in Las Vegas is that within less than an hour's drive you can be in a photographically rich location that can make you feel like you're in the middle of nowhere. It's a beautiful desert countryside with unique shapes and plant life and if you have a camera with you, … [Read more...] about Good to Change Things Up a Bit
This is Sean, one of the coolest people I've met in a long time. I was out for a walk with my camera yesterday afternoon. When I'm out walking I'm constantly looking around for interesting things to photograph. Sean walked past me as he was on his way home and noticed me looking around, up and down, … [Read more...] about The Best Times in Photography
I've been making a point of going out to shoot about a half hour before sunset. It's not that I mind shooting during the day. Actually having good light is pretty refreshing when I'm so used to shooting more after the sun goes down (which I love). But my favorite scenes lately have been just before … [Read more...] about Shooting Film: Joy in Anticipation
I love taking photographs, and love doing it everyday. But I'm sure that if you're like me and you're into going out into the streets, photographing current culture and society as you see it, sometimes you have a hard time finding new things to shoot. You might have a certain area or locations where … [Read more...] about Looking for New Subjects
When I was obsessed with playing guitar and was a professional musician, I saw that musicians were pretty obsessive about their gear. Particularly guitarists. You had Gibson, Fender, Ibanez, Gretsch, Guild, Benedetto, Heritage, D'Angelico ... Then for the other items there were solid sate amps and … [Read more...] about Is Gear Important?
I remember when I started in photography, I started putting my website together. In the menu of the site was a Portfolio tab. If you hovered over the Portfolio tab you would see a long dropdown menu that displayed probably around eight or nine categories of my photography. Man, I was all over the … [Read more...] about What’s the Constant Element That Define’s Your Artistic Style?
I've only been doing photography seriously for about ten years. By the time I started, digital cameras had already become the norm when it came to what you would shoot if you were a professional photographer. At that time there were some that still shot with film, not yet ready to make the jump to … [Read more...] about Why I Love Shooting With Film – Geneva’s Photo Shoot