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The British Landscape Photographed by John Davies

Article written by Diane Smyth about the work of landscape photographer John Davies and posted on the British Journal of Photography website. Westgate, 2001 © John Davies  Respected British landscape photographer John Davies has his first-ever solo exhibition in the US at L Parker Stephenson Photographs “The British Landscape…is a long-term ongoing project about the enormous […]

Beautiful Polaroids of LA by Christopher Thomas

Article published on the Amateur Photographer website showing the Type 55 black and white Polaroids capture on a Linhof 4×5 large format camera by the German photographer Christopher Thomas. Hollywood Sign I, Hollywood Hills, 2017, Credit: Christopher Thomas The documentation of the American landscape is a firmly established practice in American photography, both past and present. […]

Photographic History at The Bishopsgate Institute

The Past People and Streets of East London. This is a sponsored article on behalf of Bishopsgate Institute. Around the turn of the century in 1900 and afterwards, postcards became a popular and well-used form of communication for many Londoners. They depicted street scenes and iconic images of London’s buildings and environments. This postcard from […]

Exhibition by Alec Byrne

Must see exhibition for 60s and 70s music fans. Unseen photographs of David Bowie, Iggy Pop, Marc Bolan and many more pop icons of the decades. Written by Emily Gosling Lovers of Bowie, Bolan or indeed anything to do with the rich pantheon of rock and roll and the equally rich photographic imagery that accompanies it […]

Designing your Photography Website Portfolio

Post that can help direct our online portfolio design. Written by British Journal of Photography What do photographic agents, curators, editors and commissioners look for on an online portfolio? Five industry professionals offer their perspectives. The photography portfolio has, some might argue, been eclipsed by its digital counterpart. Offering an opportunity for almost limitless invention and innovation, mastering this […]

John Claridge’s East End Photography

We are now posting the photography and articles that interest and inspire. This was posted back in 2012 on the excellent Spitalfields Life featuring the remarkable images captured by John Claridge.   The window on the top right of this photograph was John Claridge’s former bedroom when he took this astonishing portrait of his neighbours in Plaistow […]

Peter Manseau on Photography.

Article from The LA Times by Peter Manseau on photography. We might look back on 2017 as the year we argued about images. The Trump era began in earnest when the White House contested aerial photographs showing diminished inaugural crowds. The fight over football players kneeling during the national anthem has played out, in part, through […]

If you want LinkedIn to work for you make sure you have a professional headshot that is up to the job.

A photo of you taken whilst at a pub/party/holiday/wedding, or one taken on your phone, does not present a professional image and will do more damage to your business profile than you may believe. Facebook and Instagram photos won’t work as your professional profile pic, let’s be clear on that! Also, be careful not to have […]

Why should companies use a professional corporate photographer?

Interesting blog post by a professional corporate photographer working in Melbourne. We found this a refreshing approach to blogging and brought home the benefits good business photographers can bring to a client. —– Whether you are an entrepreneur, working professional or an executive, you need an expert business photographer in Melbourne to promote your brand. […]

Approachable & Professional Headshots.

Corporate headshots – The professional and approachable style These headshots were taken for a client who wanted to look professional and approachable. This is a request we get frequently and it can be quite hard to pin down exactly the style the client is hoping to receive. We quoted on a shoot recently and sent over some […]