Framelines street photography magazine feature issue 8
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2w ago
Excited to be in the latest issue (08) of Framelines magazine! An interview Q&A feature and an editor's choice of some of my B&W London street photography images. I'm in good company with so many amazing photographers from around the world packed into this edition, including: Daniel Arnold, Melissa O’Shaughnessy, Robby Müller, Tavepong Pratoomwong, Matt Peers and Melissa O'Shaughnessy. Framelines magazine is an affordable way to experience the best in street and documentary photography in print. To check out a sneak peak of Framelines issue 08 or to order your copy: Framelines ..read more
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John Free - LA Street Photographer
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2M ago
So sad to hear about the passing of my friend & LA street photographer John Free. He will always be a great teacher & inspiration to me and everyone in the street photography community. Whenever he came to London for his workshops, I was always honoured to be his host. He was incredibly wise, funny & supportive of my work. RIP legend ..read more
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Brian Griffin - Legendary British Photographer has died
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5M ago
Hull 2018 Brian Griffin - Legendary British Photographer has died aged 75. Brian started his career as a highly acclaimed corporate photographer during the ’70s. His association with Stiff Records propelled him into the realm of music, where he became a prominent figure. In the ’80s, Griffin gained recognition for capturing some of the decade’s most defining album covers. Notably, his work on Depeche Mode’s A Broken Frame, featuring a distinctive photograph of a woman harvesting grain in a field, drew inspiration from the socialist photography of Soviet Russia. His other work included pro ..read more
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Photo Organisers in London
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9M ago
Homefulness is Your Professional Photo Organisers in London We can organise all your photos, digital or printed. As always, our goal is never to “only” organise your photos. Our professional organisers in London create long-lasting photo organisation systems, specifically designed for your needs and easy to maintain. We can also create memorabilia boxes or printed photo albums. CONTACT US Our Professional Photo Organisation Process: 1. Video consultation to discuss your needs and understand what would be the best way to organise your photos for you. This will also help us assess the ..read more
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Post Lockdown - workshops & photoshoots
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10M ago
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Seen in Notting Hill, London - No Fly Tipping
Linda Wisdom Photography Blog
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10M ago
Seen in... Notting Hill, London The British term fly tipping is derived from the verb tip, meaning "to throw out of a vehicle", and on the fly, meaning "on the wing" – to throw away carelessly or casually. 'No Fly Tipping' signs are rare in London, but some of the original signs still remain like this faded council one, just below a more recent one above it. Located on the wall of this quiet residential road in the Notting Hill area. I'm not sure why the sign is still there, but I found it humorous that of all the places on this road they could have just dumped this mysterious suitcase, t ..read more
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Royal Geographical Society interview
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3y ago
I did an interview feature for this months (May) issue of Geographical. The official magazine of the Royal Geographical Society. The interview called 'Colourbox London' includes some of my colour street photography taken in London. I discuss some of my inspirations, living in London and some advice about street photography in general. You can purchase this issue or subscribe here: Royal Geographical Society http://geographical.co.uk/magazine ..read more
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Women Street Photographers - New Book Release
Linda Wisdom Photography Blog
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3y ago
Ed's Diner - Soho, London, UK I'm pleased to be featured in a brand new hardback book publication 'Women Street Photographers' in celebration of 100 international, contemporary professional and amateur woman photographers. "...Curated by the visual connections between pictures, the images are variously joyful, intriguing and unexpected, offering a kaleidoscopic view of what happens when women across the world are behind the camera" This is an amazing collection of street photographs, some of which I have never seen before so genuinely thrilled at the high quality of images to muse over i ..read more
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Pedley Street / Fleet Street Hill
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3y ago
Pedley Street / Fleet Street Hill I've always found this gritty urban location (just off Brick Lane), in Bethnal Green/Shoreditch, London interesting. One of the reasons is that each time you visit you more or less get a new photo because the street art and graffiti changes so often! Also, depending on the time of day, the light and shadow changes the image and its fun to experiment with different perspectives under this quiet, cobbled railway arch. This arch way has a notorious East End history going back over a century (some pretty grim!), but in a way that is why many areas of East Lond ..read more
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Seen in...Notting Hill London - Sunset
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4y ago
Seen in..... Notting Hill, London Sunset is one my favourite times to take photos. Long shadows, perfect light and silhouettes make a scene come alive when converted to black and white. Taken with my Apple iPhone SE . Want to buy a print of this photo? Send an email request here. Part of my Seen in... London Series, an ongoing photography project - snapping my visions of London and the people who live in it one click at a time ..read more
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