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Toy Electro: A collection of lo-fi photography by Doctor Popular

“Toy Electro” is a new zine collecting some of my black and white lo-fi photography. All of the shots in this zine were taken on my Digital Harinezumi, an extremely low tech camera that has surprisingly charming results. You can see my Harinezumi review here: This Sunday I’ll be tabling at the SF Zine Fest, […]

American Analog: Scenes From a Zine

Last year I took a trip to NYC with the sole purpose of taking enough photos to fill the 2nd issue of my American Analog zine. So far, the only pics I’ve shared have been of The Pigeon Guy, who also graces the cover of this issue, but now that the zine is out I […]

Gocco karma

That time I jumped out of bed because I checked my RSS feed an saw someone had left a Gocco printer and supplies a couple blocks away. Yes! — Doctor Popular (@DocPop) June 28, 2013 Thanks to some Craigslist luck, I scored a few extra bulbs and screens for my Gocco printer. Already sitting a […]

You don’t hate me!

It’s hard not to take it personal. You spend a year shooting photos, two months laying them out and getting printed, then put them online and nothing happens. Well, some stuff happens… people share the love and you feel proud about the work you’ve done, but ultimately you can’t help thinking “Why don’t people want […]

Buy American Analog photo zine on the site

I’m working on updating my online shop, but for now I’ve decided to just create a single page for ordering copies of my American Analog zine online. It’s only a flat $10 shipped within the US. Easy! I’ve also created a new video about the zine too. Thanks to my friend David for his work […]