Legendary photographer Harry Callahan’s routine was to go out and make new photographs every day, whether or not there was anything in particular he wanted to shoot. Adopting this method, Brooklyn-based photographer William Mebane uses his new blog Villeburg as a tool in his photographic process.
A repository for great images that don’t exactly fit into a series, the photos on Villeburg are nonetheless very carefully edited and sequenced—Mebane describes it as “a place where I can share my process with friends and work on editing and pairing photographs that might fit into future projects. It’s an outlet for work that I’ve been making on a daily basis.”
Feature Shoot Contributing Editor Matthew Leifheit is an independent writer, curator, and photographer based in New York City.