Issue 2 of JPG Magazine, the quarterly of brave new photography, is here. Inside you'll find 43 photographic interpretations of the word "lost." Also includes a set of powerful portraits by featured photographer Ryan Keberly of Detroit's disposessed, as well as an interview with Adriene Hughes, who is using photography in her battle with cancer. This issue of JPG Magazine paints a new picture of what it means to be lost ... and found.
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"Contributors In Their Own Words" I was intrigued with each interpretation of the word LOST. Photos ranged from "LOST" IN THE MOMENT to the much anticipated DESPARE. Some images were left WIDE OPEN for interpretation...which I love! It was magnificent to connect a little with the contributors by reading their comments at the end, but I think maybe some feedback about the actual photos (equipment, circumstances, etc.) would have placed the viewer in the photographers shoes then adding to the well deserved value of the magazine. Perhaps pre-determining and publishing the next theme, submittal deadlines, and possibly issue publication dates would be of interest to many of the viewers as well. Thank you for sharing these photos & good luck with future issues - I will be looking forward to them.
"When will the next theme be posted?" LOST is a great theme with so many implications and directions. The second issue of JPG was better than the first and it did not disapoint. I actually like the size, it reads almost like a comic. I highly recommend subscribing to this magazine. It's a thrill to see so much incredible photography from virtually unknown talent. It will be interesting to see what comes next.
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