May 03 2018

HAMBURGER EYES No. 33

Pleased to announce new issue of Hamburger Eyes, number 33! In this issue we have photos from San Francisco, Arizona, New York, Italy, France, and New Zealand. Get your copies today.

HAMBURGER EYES No. 33
The Continuing Story of Life on Earth

Casey Jones
David Root
Samuel Liebert
Steve Parariti
Louis Fabries
Reuben Radding
Johnny Salas
Nina Mourtizen
Chris Leskovsek

120 Pages
6.69″ x 9.61″
Black and White
Matte Cover / Text
Perfect Bind
Published by Hamburger Eyes

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Apr 27 2018

H033 PREVIEW

Photo by Casey Jones

We may not be the most “professional” or the most elegant or well designed, but we get to put out great photos. Thank you to everyone that submits photos, you are all so awesome. And thank you to everyone that buys an issue to keep the next one flowing. Here is a peek at the new issue number 33 coming later this week.

Photo by Reuben Radding

Photo by Steve Panariti

Photo by Johnny Salas

Photo by David Root

Photo by Louis Fabries

Photo by Nina Mourtizen

Photo by Samuel Liebert

Photo by Chris Leskovsek

Apr 18 2018

CHRYSALIS

CHRYSALIS
by Ray Potes

A photographic journey documenting nature, migration, and transmutation.

Dec 2014 – Dec 2017.

800 Pages
6.69″ x 9.61″
Black and White
Matter Cover / Text
Perfect Bind
Published by Hamburger Eyes

$44

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Apr 17 2018

800 PAGES

My book came in today! 800 pages. These will be available for sale online this Thursday. Make some room for it in your house.

Apr 13 2018

ROMKO EAGLE WING MK II

ROMKO CAMERA ACCESORIES

Simple adjustable detachable camera straps. We searched the planet for chill straps and couldn’t find anything so we decided to make them.

**EAGLE WING UPGRADED**

We added spring loaded latched hooks. Now you can easily attach and detach the strap to and from the camera body. If you’re like me sometimes you don’t want a strap and you just want to put your camera in a small bag. Or, you might have other camera bodies and sometimes you want a specific strap on it for a particular assignment or mission. Now this makes it way easier to do that.

EAGLE WING MK II

3/8″ wide nylon strap with sliders and split rings. ADDED spring loaded latched hooks for easy attachment and detachment.

Approx 22″ long (from neck to camera) with 6″ adjustable extensions on each side. Adjust the length to your liking and cut off excess. Seal the ends with fire.

Recommended for light weight cameras.

Available in black.

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Apr 12 2018

ROMANCE WARRIOR

Photo by Michael Barolet

Meeting and trying to date girls was pretty rough pretty much the entire time I lived in San Francisco. So naturally I wanted to make a zine about it. I wanted to make a zine about all the joy and folly of being single. Some friends and I would come up with game show ideas and one of them was titled “Romance Warrior”. That seemed like a good title to steal for this zine. It ended up being a series of 3 issues.

These photos here are highlights from the second issue which was published in 2012. While it was supposed to be about “dating”, it started going the way of “nudes” and became increasingly difficult to find the narrative when editing the submissions. Which, by the way, all of a sudden got kind of out of control and the original concept got lost. Also not enough female perspective in the submissions to keep this series going. At one point I thought maybe I will just make it with my photos since it was my idea, but by that time the title already had a life of it’s own.

Anyways, it is fun to revisit these photos because I couldn’t post most of them on any social media. Let me know if you think we should bring this zine back. Now that Hamburger Eyes is all grown up, I feel like we can start playing with other projects again.

Photo by Lisa Weiss

Photo by Andrea Sonnenberg

Photo by Jesse Pollock

Photo by Ed Templeton

Photo by Alex Martinez

Photo by Michael Barolet

Photo by Ray Potes

Photo by Lisa Weiss

Photo by Dennis McGrath

Photo by Ruth Swanson

Photo by Ray Potes