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Paris Photo 2012: Lens Culture Preview

For those of us (sob) not able to make it to Paris this week for the very renowned Paris Photo photography exhibition, Lens Culture’s preview slideshow may provide a little consolation: Preview: Paris Photo 2012 The world’s premier fair for

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Paris Photo 2012: Lens Culture Preview

For those of us (sob) not able to make it to Paris this week for the very renowned Paris Photo photography exhibition, Lens Culture’s preview slideshow may provide a little consolation: Preview: Paris Photo 2012 The world’s premier fair for

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National Geographic to auction art

A selection of National Geographic’s most indelible photographs will be  sold in December. The auction is expected to fetch around $3 million. National Geographic Society has chronicled scientific expeditions, explorations, archaeology, wildlife and world cultures for more than 100 years, amassing a

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National Geographic to auction art

A selection of National Geographic’s most indelible photographs will be  sold in December. The auction is expected to fetch around $3 million. National Geographic Society has chronicled scientific expeditions, explorations, archaeology, wildlife and world cultures for more than 100 years, amassing a

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Leica Oskar Barnack Award Winner Frank Hallam Day

Via The Lecia Camera Blog @ http://www.blog.leica-camera.com First prize in this year’s highly prestigious photography competition, the Leica Oskar Barnack Award 2012, goes to US photographer Frank Hallam Day. For his portfolio, “Alumascapes,” he will receive a Leica M9-P camera

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Leica Oskar Barnack Award Winner Frank Hallam Day

Via The Lecia Camera Blog @ http://www.blog.leica-camera.com First prize in this year’s highly prestigious photography competition, the Leica Oskar Barnack Award 2012, goes to US photographer Frank Hallam Day. For his portfolio, “Alumascapes,” he will receive a Leica M9-P camera

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Returning

The first post in a couple of weeks; I do apologise for not keeping the site updated since my return from travelling India. Unfortunately a bout of food poisoning coupled with a nasty mystery virus saw me unfit for anything

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Returning

The first post in a couple of weeks; I do apologise for not keeping the site updated since my return from travelling India. Unfortunately a bout of food poisoning coupled with a nasty mystery virus saw me unfit for anything

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Bon Voyage!

For the next month, there may be (will be) a delay in response to submissions, queries and comment approvals. I’m leaving today with travel buddy photographer Charlotte Russell to explore Northern India. Yes, I know it’s monsoon season, I won’t drink

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Bon Voyage!

For the next month, there may be (will be) a delay in response to submissions, queries and comment approvals. I’m leaving today with travel buddy photographer Charlotte Russell to explore Northern India. Yes, I know it’s monsoon season, I won’t drink

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Social snapshot of Britain: Daniel Meadows

During the early ’70s, Wales-based photographer Daniel Meadows captured the people of Britain on film. Now he’s teamed up with Professor Val Williams, who’s researching British photography during that decade, for a new exhibition. Karen Price asks him some questions…

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Social snapshot of Britain: Daniel Meadows

During the early ’70s, Wales-based photographer Daniel Meadows captured the people of Britain on film. Now he’s teamed up with Professor Val Williams, who’s researching British photography during that decade, for a new exhibition. Karen Price asks him some questions…

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The Telegraph talks David Bailey

As the David Bailey’s East End exhibition opens, the photographer tells John O’ Ceallaigh about working with cannibals, Victoria Beckham and how ‘swinging sixties’ London was like a war zone. “I tried New York, Paris, LA, even put my toes

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The Telegraph talks David Bailey

As the David Bailey’s East End exhibition opens, the photographer tells John O’ Ceallaigh about working with cannibals, Victoria Beckham and how ‘swinging sixties’ London was like a war zone. “I tried New York, Paris, LA, even put my toes

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THOSE Olympic Photographs…

Award-winning photographer Joe Klamar has recently come under fire for his recent Olympic portraits. With access so limited to the athletes in the run-up to London 2012, many feel he has not only missed a fantastic opportunity to create (what

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THOSE Olympic Photographs…

Award-winning photographer Joe Klamar has recently come under fire for his recent Olympic portraits. With access so limited to the athletes in the run-up to London 2012, many feel he has not only missed a fantastic opportunity to create (what

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Photography & Imaging: Adobe’s Creative Week

‘If you love creativity, this is for you.’ This is Adobe’s tagline for their line-up of creative events coming up next month. It’s free, held online and runs from 9-13 July. It will feature  ‘lively interactive debates, creative challenges and

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Photography & Imaging: Adobe’s Creative Week

‘If you love creativity, this is for you.’ This is Adobe’s tagline for their line-up of creative events coming up next month. It’s free, held online and runs from 9-13 July. It will feature  ‘lively interactive debates, creative challenges and

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Travel Photographer of the Year

Explore the wonderful world of contemporary travel photography through the latest winning images from the prestigious international Travel Photographer of the Year (TPOTY) awards, held in association with the Society at the Exhibition Pavilion in South Kensington. Showcasing the very

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Travel Photographer of the Year

Explore the wonderful world of contemporary travel photography through the latest winning images from the prestigious international Travel Photographer of the Year (TPOTY) awards, held in association with the Society at the Exhibition Pavilion in South Kensington. Showcasing the very