We’ve been fans of the Deadbeat Club since we first encountered their zines from what seems like years ago. With a one-night only event happening tonight (10/17), we asked some of the members of this tight knit photo crew to talk about each other’s pictures. Here’s are the results, beginning with Dennis McGrath’s take on Ed Templeton’s photo, above.
A series of work by Noé Sendas
Hiroshima, Japan, 1985
Nude, East Sussex Coast, May 1959
Tobin Yelland profiles Ray Potes, Lele Saveri, Clint Woodside, and Teenwitch in this short documentary series for Vans.
Collected off the streets of San Francisco by Dave Schubert
To protect wilderness areas from “being exploited for commercial gain,” the U.S. Forest Service is taxing any professional nature photographer or member of the press wanting to take pictures in National Parks by making them apply for a special permit that can cost up to $1500. Those who do not wish to apply face a fine of up to $1000. Sounds like the USFS is exploiting wilderness areas for their own commercial gain.
Meanwhile in Texas… a court has upheld the right for old men to take creepy photos of kids in public with the option of being free to capture an upskirt of the child’s mother as well.
All in all, it sounds like a tricky situation for a budding professional upskirt photographer whose specialty is hikers in the Texan wilderness.
Landscapes in portrait by Mikael Kennedy
25 Grams is a feature that culls pictures from some of our favorite instagram feeds.
David Brandon Geeting is a NYC-based photographer
He can be followed on instagram at @davidbrandongeeting
TWIST ESPO SOPE, 1995