Photo by Chris Leskovsek
Some photos from recent issues.
Photo by Cosimo Fanciullacci
Photo by Joao Pedro Lima
Photo by Tracy Pitts
Photo by Jessie Dinan
Photo by Ray Potes
Happy New Year! Peace to you and all your peoples.
I have this battle in my head that makes me want to barf sometimes. Where one side is about doing more on social media and the other side is about doing more on the website. What happens is a stand still and everything is frozen for months or years at a time. (I have already written about this a bunch and have deleted and re-started multiple accts on multiple apps. I’m sorry.)
Today there is peace in this particular weird war. This pandemic and subsequent quarantine(s) have forced many realizations. The problem was never ig vs website. The problem was analog Hamburger Eyes vs digital Hamburger Eyes.
The digital side was originally built to service the sales of the zines and books, the analog side. What happens is the digital side does not sleep and is always hungry. And is always talking shit. It is a multi-headed monster of store, blog, site, ig, yt, etc.
The analog side tries its best to keep up by making zines and books and clothes and photography accessories as fast as financially possible, yet the digital side is never satiated. So the roles have now reversed and this makes both sides very sensitive.
The solution is to separate them. I have tried to kill the digital side on purpose multiple times, it won’t die. The economy has tried to kill the zines and books on accident multiple times, it won’t die.
We separate them by feeding them their own specific food and at their own specific feeding times. I am not sure exactly what this will look like yet. It could be as simple as more blog posts on the site (like this one, thanks to those who miss these writings) and more ig stories. Or it can be as complicated as submissions for site/ig (photo of the day, for example) and separate submissions for zines/books.
Obviously, as per usual, overthinking everything. Maybe the main point is that in these crazy isolated times, we need to connect and share more in as many ways as possible because we, you the photographers, are more important now than ever.
I don’t know if I’m early or late on this, time is weird this year. Everything is weird. You’re not. You’re super rad. Happy holidays! Wishing you all a safe and healthy holiday season.
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** 2 NEW CAMERA STRAPS !! **
We have new straps for those unfortunately unstrapped yet marvelous pieces of camera technology in your collection.
A paracord strap for point and shoot cameras and a 5/8″ wide flat strap for medium sized cameras.
CHECK THEM OUT HERE – https://shophamburgereyes.com/
More colors coming soon. Any requests?
Hoodies are back and and guess what they are on sale.
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Sale starts today and goes through Cyber Monday.
While supplies last.
Stay healthy my friends.
ROMKO FOTO ACCESSORIES (RESURRECTED AND REBOOTED)
If you’re like us then you have a lot of cameras and each of those cameras needs it’s own perfect camera strap. Sometimes it can be nearly impossible to find the right one. Low key and strong, adjustable and detachable. So we decided to make them ourselves.
This first one is a skinny one, a 3/8″ wide adjustable and detachable camera strap for small cameras. Almost a throwback to when we used our shoelaces for straps. Available in white and black colors.
** NEW ISSUE ** New paper, new size, new page count, new era for Hamburger Eyes. Thanks for coming along on this publishing journey with us. We are also trying to implement new production schedule so that means more issues more frequently. Check it out..
HAMBURGER EYES No. 45
The Continuing Story of Life on Earth
6.5″ x 9″
Black and White
Uncoated Cover / Text
Published by Hamburger Eyes