This is very interesting piece by Bruce Gilden more known for his street photography, well worth watching Detroit: The Troubled City Bruce Gilden As part of his work on the effects of foreclosures in America, Bruce Gilden recently traveled to Detroit, Michigan. What he found was a desolate landscape where the subprime mortgage crisis is the latest blow hitting the “troubled city” already on its … Continue reading Detroit: The Troubled City | Magnum In Motion
I was in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire at the weekend to photograph the EDL protests but in between times I managed to get a little bit of street photography done.
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Magnum Photos is organising a “five-day intensive, practice-oriented workshop focusing specifically on the popular theme of street photography,” to coincide with the Format11 International Photography Festival in Derby, a biennial of contemporary photography.
Led by Magnum street photographers Bruce Gilden, Richard Kalvar and Chris Steele-Perkins, the workshop will see successful candidates get the opportunity to shoot, polish and publish their work under the guidance of these experienced practitioners, says Magnum.
The five-day workshop costs £700 +VAT. For more details and to register, visit the Magnum Photos website.
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I can’t wait to see the Format Festival in March next year, especially as I spent the day with street photographer Bruce Gilden from Magnum while he was in Derby. I learn’t a lot from watching him, not about the technical details like his flash settings or what f stop he uses, there is no point; all I would be doing is copying Bruce and … Continue reading A day of street photography in Derby with Bruce Gilden, Magnum
Photographer Simon Norfolk is speaking at Derby’s Quad gallery on 19 November 2009 at 6.30 pm. book now to avoid disappointment £3 Continue reading Photographer Simon Norfolk at Derby’s Quad
With the global decline is media due to advertising budgets being cut, it is no surprise that many photographers are finding that commissions are becoming harder to get. This has meant that freelancers have started to look more at the photography stock as a way of earning additional income to fill the gap. But selling stock is a bit of a mine field when you … Continue reading Keywording is Scary…Official
Well it looks like the Police in New York are looking to the same draconian laws that snappers in the UK are in fear off according to the New York Post. You may think that no one has been stopped yet under the new terrorism act and photography but that is not the case. When I was covering the Put People First march in London … Continue reading New York going the same as the UK?