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Small WondersI got into photography about eleven years ago when I bought my first DSLR to film this skate video for a friend’s sponsorship pitch. Having completed the project, I started experimenting with stills as I scoured Flickr and 500px for inspiration. The images that did it for me were often close-ups of the little natural phenomena you’d find in a forest.— Dmitri.
OptikoOptiko is a community project that culminated in a Kickstarter campaign back in 2017. The book is a diverse pool of eighty-seven peoples’ work that spans 276 thick, colourful pages. I have a numbered copy: 10/150. My book, same with everyone else’s, features a full-page ad for Analog.— Dmitri.
Safe DistanceIn his book/zine, Steve’s high-contrast monochrome photographs offer a view of the things that look slightly out of place — amongst the ordinary. — Dmitri.
La Floraison18-page perfect-bound full-colour booklet wrapped in a folded cover featuring brilliant flowers on film.— Dmitri.
Moments in Between MadnessMoments in Between Madness presents a series of photographs from the George Floyd protests in New York City between May 29ᵗʰ and June 3ʳᵈ 2020.— Dmitri.
Bad DreamsBad Dreams is narrated in the first person by a character who has a reoccurring nightmare that follows him through the waking world.— Dmitri.
2Sic 2Spurious2Sic 2Spurious is a whimsical collection of photographic mistakes in a stylish square package. This book is a community collaboration featuring works by David Allen, Virgil Roger, Alex Purcell, Adam James, Marisa Mouton, Stig Starr, Jason Self, Moni Smith, PJ De Jesus, Steve Brokow, Maite Pons, Simon King, Julián Péter, John BackEastPhoto, Tim Dobbs, Jeremy Calow, Ashley Williams, Lilly Swartz, Matt Parry, Hamish Gill, Gordon Boddington, Martin Siegal, Lorraine Healy, and Sina Farhat.— Dmitri.
Analog Photography: Reference Manual for Shooting FilmA book review of Andrew Bellamy’s design masterpiece featuring a variety of film cameras with stylized diagrams.— Dmitri.
CommuterlandThe images Meredith published in her fantastic little magazine aren’t shot on a film camera. They are digital creations, sneaked from a train onto paper. The zine is dedicated to Keith, whom Merideth must care plenty about as the amount of attention to detail in this publication is remarkable.— Dmitri.
Shanghai StreetsThis book features a number of mini photo stories, highlighting Lee Webb’s life adventures in one of the largest cities in China.— Dmitri.