“Prison”, photos by Christophe Negrel. More below.
We’ve been getting so many great submissions to our Instagram project this month. In case you missed it, it’s called “Portraits and Songs” and the instructions are simple: Share a portrait you took of someone, pair it with a song title/artist, and tag it #portraitsandsongs. I will be re-gramming submissions to @booooooom all month long!
The images above (clockwise from the top left):
“Here Comes The Sun” – The Beatles, Portrait by @saraheiseman
“Black Water” – Timber Timbre, Portrait by @brittanycalla
“October” – Broken Bells, Portrait by @cleogoossens
“Temporary View” – SBTRKT, Portrait by @thistimemachine
“Through The Ground Glass” is a stunning portrait of Joseph Allen Freeman, a large format photographer. I imagine there was a lot of pressure on the directors, Taylor Hawkins and Nick Bolton, in trying to capture a subject on video when that subject is someone who shoots large format film. They did it brilliantly though, the footage is gorgeous. It’s also really great to hear Freeman speak so candidly about the process. Watch the video below.