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Interview with photographer Julie Fowells

F-Stop Magazine: How did you first become involved in photography and what led to you working in this medium as an artist? Julie Fowells: My father gave me an SLR at 16, when I was preparing to go to the Philippines. I didn’t see the photos I’d made during that time until I returned 14
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Interview with photographers Anastasia Shubina and Timofey Glinin

​​F-Stop Magazine: What led to you each working with photography as artists and how did you decide to start collaborating together? Anastasia Shubina and Timofey Glinin: We both have diverse backgrounds in art and science and we came to photography quite late. We used to study together at the Faculty of Biology at Saint Petersburg
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Interview with photographer Cody Schultz

F-Stop Magazine:How did you first become involved in photography and what led to you working in this medium as an artist? Cody Schultz: In 2014, my struggles with mental health – namely depression and anxiety – came to a head, leading to my desire for a creative outlet as a way to express what I
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Interview with photographer Jessica Cantlin

F-Stop Magazine: How did you first become involved in photography and what led to you working in this medium as an artist? Jessica Cantlin: I was drawn to photography in high school. The darkroom was a place to escape and explore and create. Though I always loved photography, It was many years later that I
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Interview with photographer Jacob Black

F-Stop Magazine: How did you first become involved in photography and what led to you working in this medium as an artist? Jacob Black: I have been taking photos for as long as I can remember, it’s something I was always drawn to, not a conscious decision. Working with photography has slowly transformed from a
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Interview with photographer Catherine Panebianco

The work of Catherine Panebianco was already familiar to me before reviewing her work featured in Issue #116. I knew of Panebianco’s work from her project No Memory is Ever Alone and her book Holding Time, which was published by Yoffy Press in March 2022. Her project was created in response to her father’s old
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Book Review: It’s Been Pouring: The Dark Secret of the First Year of Motherhood by Rachel Papo

Rachel Papo’s book, It’s Been Pouring, is brave. Her words and images explore postpartum depression and expose the often dark and widely misunderstood period of time many mothers inhabit – a period of time fraught with contradictions. “You should be so happy!” (they say), but exhaustion wracks your body and mind. Papo’s experience and this
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Best of the Year 2022 @ PL130 Gallery at PhotoLounge


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Book review: The Fragility of Fatherhood by Troy Colby

The images Troy Colby includes in The Fragility of Fatherhood remind me of feeling calm amidst the chaos of being a parent. Colby shows us candid images of his child in various states of emotion: being sad, content, daydreaming, aloof, or asleep on the couch. Perhaps he is posing, maybe he’s really asleep in some
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