About the Book
Artists, models, directors, musicians, filmmakers, photographers, and more, were photographed with vintage Polaroid Big Shot cameras. From Dayton, OH to Nashville, TN and beyond, images were captured in bar rooms, bathrooms, cheap motels, doorways, living rooms, movie sets, rehearsal halls, street corners, studio, and tattoo shops.
Randy Jennings began his career as a live music photographer, a venture that made a name for him and created an impressive, much publicized portfolio. His photographs have appeared in various publications such as Rolling Stone, American Photographer, and Guitar Legends and have been used in association with VH-1, Fender Guitars and numerous music anthologies. His classic images are much sought after today. Departing from this vast experience in traditional photography, he often prefers working with more uncommon forms of the medium, such as plastic toy cameras. Thus begins his love affair with the “Holga.” He has exhibited in group and solo shows nationally. His works have appeared in Light Leaks magazine. Most recently, Jennings work was selected as part of the Krappy Kamera® XIII International Juried Competition.