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Notes: a short film by James Sharpe

Notes from James Sharpe on Vimeo.

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Notes: a short film by James Sharpe

Notes from James Sharpe on Vimeo.

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Short Film: The Darkroom

Something a little different for you today, a slow-paced (and somewhat nostalgic) short film written and directed by Z. Eric Yang, with a heavily infused photography narrative. John, a divorced, old-school photographer, who has spent his life dedicated to the

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Short Film: The Darkroom

Something a little different for you today, a slow-paced (and somewhat nostalgic) short film written and directed by Z. Eric Yang, with a heavily infused photography narrative. John, a divorced, old-school photographer, who has spent his life dedicated to the

of the week: Mary Ellen Mark

Master of the week: Mary Ellen Mark Born: Philadelphia, USA, 1940 Favourite Collection: Streetwise     

of the week: Mary Ellen Mark

Master of the week: Mary Ellen Mark Born: Philadelphia, USA, 1940 Favourite Collection: Streetwise     

National Geographic Inspiration

Because sometimes photography can be about the beauty of a moment, captured beautifully. Images source

National Geographic Inspiration

Because sometimes photography can be about the beauty of a moment, captured beautifully. Images source

Discover: Vivian Maier

Vivian Maier: a life uncovered  Great video from ImageSourceDirect about the up-coming Vivian Maier exhibition as part of the London Street Photography Festival. ”IMSO interviews Brett Jefferson Stott, Director of the London street Photography Festival, who gives his insight into Maier’s

Discover: Vivian Maier

Vivian Maier: a life uncovered  Great video from ImageSourceDirect about the up-coming Vivian Maier exhibition as part of the London Street Photography Festival. ”IMSO interviews Brett Jefferson Stott, Director of the London street Photography Festival, who gives his insight into Maier’s

Saturday Spotlight: Matt Stuart

Spotlight: Matt Stuart Today’s spotlight is set on street photographer Matt Stuart.  A member of street photography website in-PUBLiC, Stuart’s work captures moments of irony, movement and routine on the streets of the UK.   You can see some of

Saturday Spotlight: Matt Stuart

Spotlight: Matt Stuart Today’s spotlight is set on street photographer Matt Stuart.  A member of street photography website in-PUBLiC, Stuart’s work captures moments of irony, movement and routine on the streets of the UK.   You can see some of

Friday Feature: Cindy Sherman

  One of the most renowned contemporary fine art photographers, most photography enthusiasts have come across the name and work of Cindy Sherman. Largely using herself in disguised self-portraits, Sherman comments on subjects of sexual power, identity and politics.  

Friday Feature: Cindy Sherman

  One of the most renowned contemporary fine art photographers, most photography enthusiasts have come across the name and work of Cindy Sherman. Largely using herself in disguised self-portraits, Sherman comments on subjects of sexual power, identity and politics.  

of the week #8: F. Holland Day

20th Century Masters: Photographer of the week 8 F. Holland Day ”Fred Holland Day (Boston July 8, 1864 – November 12, 1933) was an American photographer and publisher. He was the first in the U.S.A. to advocate that photography should be

of the week #8: F. Holland Day

20th Century Masters: Photographer of the week 8 F. Holland Day ”Fred Holland Day (Boston July 8, 1864 – November 12, 1933) was an American photographer and publisher. He was the first in the U.S.A. to advocate that photography should be

Moody Monday

After being inspired at the Royal Academy of Art’s Eyewitness Hungarian Photography in the 20th Century exhibition, I thought I’d feature a few favourite images by Hungarian photographer André Kertész. Full of atmosphere, Kertész was truly a pioneer of mood and moment in

Moody Monday

After being inspired at the Royal Academy of Art’s Eyewitness Hungarian Photography in the 20th Century exhibition, I thought I’d feature a few favourite images by Hungarian photographer André Kertész. Full of atmosphere, Kertész was truly a pioneer of mood and moment in