Inside this issue
William Neill assisted at Ansel Adams’ studio in Yosemite and has worked with many of the top photographers in the world and in the process has himself become part of the group he studied with. His work has been published [ read ]
Pinhole photography is photography taken to it’s most simple form. Just a small hole and some photosensitive material. There are a few people in the UK who have really mastered using this technique (see Paul Mitchell’s work in one of [ read ]
Back in the late 1980’s my darkroom (and bedroom, though that is incidental to this tale) was a windowless coal bunker in Catford you had to crawl on all fours underneath the floorboards of the sitting room above to reach. [ read ]
Pete Bridgewood has organised another ‘Masters of Vision’ exhibition at Southwell Minster and we went down to the preview night to see what’s changed since the last exhibition.
In the past few weeks I’ve been chatting with Beyond Words about reviewing books on a ‘return’ basis (i.e. if I don’t want to keep them I return them, otherwise I pay for them). This looks like it may be [ read ]
I’m currently developing a couple of websites for colleagues and I thought it would be a good idea to discuss the aspects that need thinking about when doing so. I’ll cover a few different points here but please let me [ read ]