Posts Tagged ‘35mm’

Behind the Image / Walther Le Kon

Walther Le Kon

Tell us more about this image

The picture was taken in 1996 at the crack of dawn during a millitary exercise. back in the days there has been a general conscription in germany. you could decide either to do social or millitary service. as i was a naiv young man looking for exitement, i have choosen the army service. at this time i was not interestet in photographie at all. i just took some random shots for the photo album. some months ago i found the negativs, scanned them and was quite surprised by the atmosphere.

from my todays perspective i see young men, still kids, playing war, exercising to kill. to imagine and empathise what war actually means to peoole is gross. FUCK ALL governments and filthy old men, that are sending there young men to war, just to make the next move on the global chessboard of economics and power!

Camera : Chinon 3001 Multifocus

Walther Le Kon, 38 years old photographer based in Leipzig, Germany

Special interview / Michel Nguie


This is not the first time we talk with the french photographer, Michel Nguie.
This time, I asked him to tell us more about some pictures (background, people, place or anything) in few sentences.


Interview / Clément Touchard



Interview with the French photographer, Clément Touchard.


Interview / Nicola Odemann




Interview in the mountains with Nicola Odemann.


Interview / Clifton Barker



Interview with Clifton Barker / street photographer, flash lover


Interview / Florian Dré




Interview with Florian Dré, french student who also takes pictures.


Interview / Nadzar Udin



Interview with Nadzar Udin, young photographer from Indonesia.


Alicia Rapiera



Selection of photos by Alicia Rapiera
- based in Paris


Behind the Image / Nicolas Lignier


Tell us something about this image

I like to listen to music when I take pictures . That day, I was walking around Bordeaux in France with the Archive’s album ” You All Look The Same To Me” in the ears when I came face to face with this man. It was fun to see all these portraits of other people he was doing in his image. This made me think immediately on the cover of the Archive’s album and I took the picture.Photography is for me like a pannini image collection .I appreciate the dualities : voyeurism / curiosity ; reality / dreams and i try to show it in my photography.

Nicolas Lignier on flickr

Interview / Manuel Tanner


I asked few questions to Manuel Tanner about his trip to Iran.