Friday, 19th February 2016
Which style tribe do you belong to? The question is more important than ever at London Fashion Week, where our favourite street style stars pose up a storm in their new season wares, vying for the attention of the fash-arazzi’s lens.These are the stars you’ll always spot, plus tips on how to snap them…
Monday, 25th January 2016
What an INCREDIBLE night at the SWPP Awards Dinner, capping off an amazing week of achievements at The Societies’ Convention! It was truly humbling and an absolute honour to be presented with my Grand Master Second Bar Award last night. I’m utterly over the moon to receive this recognition from The Societies and PROUD to be the first and only Double Grand Master Bar in the world.
Saturday, 16th January 2016
During the recent cold snap, 20 hardy attendees enjoyed an evening of photographic exploration and experimentation at the recent OLYMPUS ’Lumiere London’ photography event. The workshop centred around ‘binaryWaves’, an installation situated next to the Regent’s Canal in London’s Kings Cross.
Wednesday, 26th August 2015
Jay McLaughlin has always taken a keen interest in photography. Having originally studied graphic design, he was made redundant in 2006 and suddenly found himself in a position where he had an opportunity to consider a change of direction.
Tuesday, 9th June 2015
The early bird gets the worm If you’re planning on getting pictures of famous landmarks, then you’ll want to get there really early or late. Getting out an hour before sunrise or sunset will give you the best chance of catching fantastic light, but early mornings offer the best chance of a serene shot. Start shooting early enough, and you’ll miss the crowds who’ll still be stuck at breakfast…
Tuesday, 10th March 2015
Rupert Vandervell’s haunting images cast a striking balance between street photography, fine art and social documentary. He discusses his latest project, his foray into shooting an album cover and how the right camera can help him achieve his distinctive aesthetic. He talks to Oliver Atwell…