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Third Kodak Director Resigns

”Eastman Kodak Company (NYSE: EK), the Rochester, New York-based company engaged in the sale of imaging products, technology, solutions and services to consumers, lost another director on Friday. Laura Tyson resigned from the Kodak Board on Friday, making it the

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Third Kodak Director Resigns

”Eastman Kodak Company (NYSE: EK), the Rochester, New York-based company engaged in the sale of imaging products, technology, solutions and services to consumers, lost another director on Friday. Laura Tyson resigned from the Kodak Board on Friday, making it the

Lubitel 2 + Lomography = love

I’m including 5 fab film photography shots as inspiration – all the images below have been taken by very talented people using only a Lubitel 2 120mm TLR camera, (I just happened to come across one in an antiques dealer’s at

Lubitel 2 + Lomography = love

I’m including 5 fab film photography shots as inspiration – all the images below have been taken by very talented people using only a Lubitel 2 120mm TLR camera, (I just happened to come across one in an antiques dealer’s at

Saturday Sprockets

Lomography inspiration    

Saturday Sprockets

Lomography inspiration    

George Hoyningen-Huene

Master photographer of the week:  George Hoyningen-Huene   George Hoyningen-Huene (1900 – 1968) was born in Russia. Widely regarded as one of the greatest fashion photographers of the 20th century during the 20s and 30s. A true master of light and

George Hoyningen-Huene

Master photographer of the week:  George Hoyningen-Huene   George Hoyningen-Huene (1900 – 1968) was born in Russia. Widely regarded as one of the greatest fashion photographers of the 20th century during the 20s and 30s. A true master of light and

Saturday Spotlight: Vivian Maier

Vivian Maier’s story has touched the fine art photography community. Details about Maier’s life are still being pieced together, but we do know that she was born in America, grew up in France, and returned to America to live a quiet

Saturday Spotlight: Vivian Maier

Vivian Maier’s story has touched the fine art photography community. Details about Maier’s life are still being pieced together, but we do know that she was born in America, grew up in France, and returned to America to live a quiet

Friday Feature: Laura Pannack

Introducing Fine Art Photographer Laura Pannack. ‘Young Love’ Artist Statement: I think we often have quite a pessimistic notion of young relationships and forget that sometimes the simplicity of young love can form very strong relationships. Our ‘first love’ is a relationship

Friday Feature: Laura Pannack

Introducing Fine Art Photographer Laura Pannack. ‘Young Love’ Artist Statement: I think we often have quite a pessimistic notion of young relationships and forget that sometimes the simplicity of young love can form very strong relationships. Our ‘first love’ is a relationship

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

Interview: Sachiyo Nishimura

I’m delighted to feature fine art photographer Sachiyo Nishimura. Sachiyo’s work references industrial structure presented in a beautifully methodical, re-constructed approach. I find the images quite fascinating; Nishimura’s viewpoint offers a unique narrative, re-constructing structure, changing our perspective and expectations of the urban

Interview: Sachiyo Nishimura

I’m delighted to feature fine art photographer Sachiyo Nishimura. Sachiyo’s work references industrial structure presented in a beautifully methodical, re-constructed approach. I find the images quite fascinating; Nishimura’s viewpoint offers a unique narrative, re-constructing structure, changing our perspective and expectations of the urban

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News: V&A announce new Photography Gallery

The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, has announced plans to open a brand new photography gallery in the autumn. Featuring permanent works by renowned photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Diane Arbus, Man Ray and Irving Penn the new gallery will display

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News: V&A announce new Photography Gallery

The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, has announced plans to open a brand new photography gallery in the autumn. Featuring permanent works by renowned photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Diane Arbus, Man Ray and Irving Penn the new gallery will display