Jun 30, 2020
Phil Mynott on prepping for your shoots properly and Dennis Lee waxes lyrical about his first film Nikon camera set up, plus memories of working the news in San Fransisco and New York. Send your questions and thoughts in: email@example.com
Jun 29, 2020
How is your photography business? More to the point, how are you, as a photographer? Today some personal thoughts from the photographic coal face and a special guest, the British photojournalist Amelia Troubridge on an incredible life so far behind the lens, a pride she puts down to survival.
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Jun 26, 2020
With a mailbag that you have kindly created thanks to your feedback and questions following this week's shows, I take you on a photowalk into the past, one thousand years BC, ascending a hill fort and finding a tomb belonging to an Egyptologist believed to have fallen victim to the curse of Tutankhamun. Forts, curses...
Jun 24, 2020
I worked yesterday. First day since lockdown. I celebrated being ordinary with three extraordinary people; my youngest son, an exceptional gentleman of street photography and a talented musician. Being ordinary is extraordinary. And I want to share my day with you.
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Jun 24, 2020
Today photographer Jack Lowe questions what he’s doing feeding the Instagram and Facebook machines. Jack has been travelling the UK and Ireland on an eight year self funded project to photograph every lifeboat station. Social media helps bring patrons on board to support what has become his job. But two weeks ago and...