Through the Lens #1 : Emma F. // The 1975

We are proud to reveal a new feature – a little different from what we usually do. Aside from the classic articles and reviews, you probably now know that we aim to bring fresher things and get you all as much involved as possible. Now we thought photographers don’t always get enough credit for their hard-work and the many other things they constantly have struggle with (and there are a lot of them, you don’t even imagine). We know we can’t change things, but we would like to hear from them more, which is why we are today launching this new column called “Through the Lens”, which consists of giving the floor to music photographers and have them tell us about their music photography experiences. Here’s the first episode of the series, courtesy of Emma Forni, a Paris based photographer you can’t have missed if you checked our website and social networks in the past few months! She has chosen to tell us about her most significant photography experience of this year.

The 1975 – Paris, Feb. 2014 © Emma Forni //




Go follow Emma’s work at :
Our report + photos of the said The 1975 show in Paris 

The 1975 – Paris (Feb 2014)

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