This weekend I'm also reviewing two zines. I've received many submissions in the last few weeks so I thought it would be nice to try to review them as soon as possible so they're still relevant.
Today's first review is Incandescent, a "colour photo zine" from Portland. Incandescent is run by photo enthusiasts Marissa Csanyi and Helen Jones, who founded the zine along with Michael Cardiello.
Incandescent is published twice a year and was created as a platform to provide artists an opportunity to share their work free of charge. The zine focuses on film photography and more specifically, colour film photography - Graham Bell's foreword to this issue is a great introduction to the zine and why it showcases colour photography and not black and white.
The third issue of Incandescent features photographs by artists from all around the world showcasing different themes, although landscape photography has an important presence in the zine - which I love, of course.
Marissa and Helen are currently looking for contributors for the fourth issue of Incandescent. The deadline to submit your photos is June 15th. For more information about submissions and to buy copies of previous issues, have a look at Incandescent's website.