War Photographer Don McCullin

Known for using film cameras, he now talks about using digital cameras and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for the first time #photography Google+: View post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog. Created By Daniel Treadwell. Related articles War Photography. Don McCullin Photojournalist The recent documentary on English war photographer Don After McCullin   Continue reading War Photographer Don McCullin

Street Photography by Mark Cohen – Grim Street

Mark Cohen is an American photographer best known for his inventive street photography, and a self-described “surrealistic action photographer,” who uses flash at close distance on his subjects and is referred to as a great outsider of street photography. During the 1970’s  Mark Cohen developed a  unique style and method contrary to what was coming out of New York by the likes Joel Meyerowitz, William … Continue reading Street Photography by Mark Cohen – Grim Street

Street Photography from Garry Winogrand

Garry Winogrand, from Contemporary Photographie in the USA, 1982.   I love the way he describes himself as a photographer, not a street photographer…alas due to search engines we have to come up with some sort of title to enable people to find us, but I do have a great range of interest in photography and do landscape photography to photojournalism, art nude (on occasions) fashion, news, … Continue reading Street Photography from Garry Winogrand

Derby UK | The Oldest Street in Derby – Thorntree Lane

Apparently Thorntree Lane in Derby UK (which happens to be one of my favourite lanes for doing street photography)is the oldest street in Derby going back to the Roman times.  Not sure why most of the buildings down the lane have their backs to it though. Derby is also one of the most haunted cities in England, so be carefull when you walk down this street at night as … Continue reading Derby UK | The Oldest Street in Derby – Thorntree Lane

Australian photographer charged with “disorderly behavior causing offense”

Australian photographer charged with “disorderly behavior causing offense” for street photography The last few years have seen many photographers in the United States run into police trouble for photographing the wrong building or place, but generally street photography of people has remained free of hassle. But in Australia, a photographer has just been convicted of “disorderly behavior causing offense” for legally photographing someone in public, … Continue reading Australian photographer charged with “disorderly behavior causing offense”

Format Derby at Work Photowalk (Today)

Format Photography Festival I will be leading a photowalk today and tomorrow for the Format Photography Festival The walk will start at 14:00 from Derby’s Silk Mill and will end at the Chocolate Factory on John Street The Theme for this walk is Derby at Work and Format Festival wants you to contribute to the project or you can add to the project directly derbyatwork.com The Format … Continue reading Format Derby at Work Photowalk (Today)

Billingham Hadley (small) For Fujifilm X-E1 System

I have a lot of camera bags that I have collected over the years, always looking for the “right one” and some others brought for “specific missions” to take the heavy and bulky DSLR’s and associated kit But since buying the Fujifiim X-E1 I have found them to be way too big so been on the hunt for a smaller bag. However I have often … Continue reading Billingham Hadley (small) For Fujifilm X-E1 System

PHOTO COPYRIGHT BOOST SET TO OPEN ONLINE ‘FLOODGATES’ (UK)

Now photographers are equipped with an easier and cheaper legal process to chase copyright infringer's  #photography   Embedded Link Photo copyright boost set to open online ‘floodgates’ | Amateur Photographer Copyright law breakers, including those who regard online photos as easy prey, face a potential flood of lawsuits from photographers now equipped with an easier and cheaper legal process. Google+: Reshared 4 times Google+: View post … Continue reading PHOTO COPYRIGHT BOOST SET TO OPEN ONLINE ‘FLOODGATES’ (UK)

Why Time Magazine used Instagram to cover Hurricane Sandy

Time magazine turned to Instagram to document the effects of Hurricane Sandy on the northeast The photographers it sought out – Michael Christopher Brown, Benjamin Lowy, Ed Kashi, Andrew Quilty and Stephen Wilkes — are all heavy users of the Facebook-owned social photo platform. Using Instagram as the primary outlet for breaking news coverage was an experiment, Pollack says, but one motivated by necessity. “We … Continue reading Why Time Magazine used Instagram to cover Hurricane Sandy