My wife has been working hard for the Hasting Pier and White Trust over th elast year, which has provided me with a number of photo opportunities. The most recent of which was a 'celebration photograph in preparation for the announcement of the Lottery bid decision. The great news is that the Trust have been… Continue reading Hastings Pier Lottery Success
Over Easter, as well as the Street Photography show we also visited this, and it was absolutely stunning. Paul Graham is probably the most important British photographer that most of us have never heard of. He is from the same generation as Martin Parr, but with a style and outlook that is more serious, more… Continue reading Mini review Paul Graham at the Whitechapel Gallery
We went to see this over Easter, here's my mini review. The exhibition is quite concise., all being within one large room. As you enter there is a small area, on the left, with seats showing a short film feature in several of the featured photographers (Wolf Suschitzky, Matt Stuart, Polly Braden and Paul Trevor)… Continue reading London Street Photography Exhibition Mini Review
I've just discovered the joy of toy... I tried a Holga but didn’t enjoy it, I've been collecting Canon FD SLRs for ages but the quality is high. I have also been looking ot for a 70s rangefinder like a Canonet or Olympus 35 SP but every one I buy seems to be broken... A… Continue reading Olympus Trips and the Joy of Toy.
Just a note that my first participation in a group exhibition for Ooh, Ages (over 2 years!) is coming to an end soon. It's at Bullet Cafe in Hastings and ends on the 1st of October. After that it's another local photographer, Clive Gross, who is filling the wall space.