Posts Tagged ‘John Lou Miles’

John Lou Miles: A Sensual, Surreal Tale of Two Great Cities

How Much Longer Will This Youth Last? © John Lou Miles

John Lou Miles is a passionate young photographer who lives just south of L.A. and shoots with a Leica M8, X1 and Leica lenses ranging from 28-75mm. He is an engaging, emerging pro with a wry sense of humor and an astute eye for capturing the contrasts, ambiguities and strangeness of everyday life in the big [...]

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John Lou Miles, Faceless Japan: Shooting From the Hip in a Fishbowl

Tokyo in Color #1 © John Lou Miles

John Lou Miles lives just south of Los Angeles and currently works in TV, advertising and film as a consultant. A passionate Leica enthusiast poised between being a serious enthusiast and a pro, he wryly encapsulates his experience as “a life of misspent youth replaced by overachieving adulthood” and observes that “growing up in both [...]

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