And we’re back! It’s been a wonderful little break, but it’s even better to be back in the studio and chitty some chat.
On this episode, we’ll be talking to photographer and collector Jordan Tiberio (@jordantiberio on IG)! We’ll also consider how sound interacts with our work and we’ll talk about a couple of songs that have a little to do with photography. There’s also zine reviews and some random catching up.
Jordan Tiberio grew up in Rochester, and began seriously shooting photography at 15. Through her work, she strives to find the odd in the ordinary. Her work, which is mostly in color, walks a thin line between timeless reality and beautiful fantasy. She’s done commercial work for the New Yorker, Vox, Teen Vogue, and Refinery 29.
Jordan is also a collector of vintage and antique photos – and we’ll talk to her a bit about that, too.
Here are some of her film photos:
And here are some of her vintage collection:
Listening to Images
Photography is a visual medium. We look through the viewfinder to take the picture. We view the negatives while scanning or printing, and in the end, we see the final product – the photograph. While our other senses are there, they’re not exactly working overtime.
We can feel the weight of the camera, the film while loading in the dark bag, the print in our hands. We can smell the developing chemicals (careful!). We can taste the nasty lickum strip on old 120 rolls. But what role does hearing play in our photography?
Here are the two photos of ours that we discussed:
And the two by other photographers that we talked about:
We reviewed three this time around:
The Lost Show by Ben Fey: https://www.etsy.com/listing/1104292718/the-lost-show-photography-zine
Views of Tucscon, Issue Five: https://www.kikiewilkins.com/
Film and the Girl by Jennifer Stamps: https://filmandthegirl.com/shop/yhtdlvkqwpom9wpy8m5b7ijqv7f1tf
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