When Photographers Become Publishers: Tiny Atlas Quarterly

August 18, 2014

By Holly Stuart Hughes

© Deaja Fallas

An image from the “Fort Greene” series by Brooklyn-based photographer Deaja Fallas.

For some photographers, the only way to execute an idea without compromise is to publish it on their own. Whether creating print or digital publications, calling them quarterlies or magazines or even “manuals,” photographers-turned-publishers have pursued projects that they felt nobody else could make, building communities and brands around publications that have led to related work and no small amount...

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