DEVELOPED MAGAZINE

A magazine of the Photographic Image: contact us at developedmagazine@gmail.com for inquiries and submissions.

We Prefer Film, But we Don't Discriminate Against Digital.
therealchipwillis:

Catch 23 is now done, finally. Was a hard one to do. Will be uploading tomorrow. Letting it sit overnight for a fresh eyed once over.
As usual it will be available for free via Issuu and if you like a print version, will be available via magcloud.
I’d like to take the time to thank everyone who has participated and supported me on my ongoing experiment. What is it exactly? My own little thing.
Anyhow, enough babble. Thanks for looking and all of your support! 
Chip

Support independent Art! 

therealchipwillis:

Catch 23 is now done, finally. Was a hard one to do. Will be uploading tomorrow. Letting it sit overnight for a fresh eyed once over.

As usual it will be available for free via Issuu and if you like a print version, will be available via magcloud.

I’d like to take the time to thank everyone who has participated and supported me on my ongoing experiment. What is it exactly? My own little thing.

Anyhow, enough babble. Thanks for looking and all of your support! 

Chip

Support independent Art! 

DEVELOPED ISSUE 3

is well underway and promises to be our best issue yet. Stay tuned for some previews.

It’s also not too late to get your hands on Issue 1 or Issue 2 (in either hard copy or PDF).

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ejholmes:

Emma
© 2013 EJHolmes


One of the first photography books I ever got was Newton’s “Sex and Landscapes.” The stark blacks and whites gave the images an intense sense of attention. In my own work, I feel that the blacks tend to mask things that distract from what the whites are trying to say.”
To see more of our interview with EJ HOLMES, check out the second issue of DEVELOPED.  PDF and Print Copies are still available.

ejholmes:

Emma

© 2013 EJHolmes

One of the first photography books I ever got was Newton’s “Sex and Landscapes.” The stark blacks and whites gave the images an intense sense of attention. In my own work, I feel that the blacks tend to mask things that distract from what the whites are trying to say.”

To see more of our interview with EJ HOLMES, check out the second issue of DEVELOPEDPDF and Print Copies are still available.

therealchipwillis:

melt | Kelsey Dylan



“Describing the activity that goes into shaping a particular photo is pretty difficult for me, especially because, when I review my own work, feelings emerge that I cannot always comprehend or intellectualize.  Even though I was only a few feet away, directing the shot, I often find myself asking of one of the figures in my photos, ‘What was she thinking?’”
To read more of our interview with Chip Willis, and to see more of his startling images, check out the new issue of DEVELOPED.

therealchipwillis:

melt | Kelsey Dylan

“Describing the activity that goes into shaping a particular photo is pretty difficult for me, especially because, when I review my own work, feelings emerge that I cannot always comprehend or intellectualize.  Even though I was only a few feet away, directing the shot, I often find myself asking of one of the figures in my photos, ‘What was she thinking?’”

To read more of our interview with Chip Willis, and to see more of his startling images, check out the new issue of DEVELOPED.

nadjasveir:
"I would say that my photos are not the remains of the lost world, but rather the beginning of the lost space in which you try to settle."
To read more of our interview with Nadja Sveir, and to see more of her beautiful photography, check out the new issue of DEVELOPED.

nadjasveir:

"I would say that my photos are not the remains of the lost world, but rather the beginning of the lost space in which you try to settle."

To read more of our interview with Nadja Sveir, and to see more of her beautiful photography, check out the new issue of DEVELOPED.