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The Path Less Travelled?

Think of a landscape photographer and you may see Ansel Adams trekking up the side of a mountain

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She Flirts With You

Much has been written about the relationship between the photographer and their subject. From the intimacy of portraiture,

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Alter Egos in the Dunes

I have often wondered what it was in particular that attracted me to photography. What it was that

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Rambert’s Ghost dance at Saddler’s Wells Theatre

It really is a fault of mine, and something I have been trying to rectify over the years

Memories

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She Flirts With You

Much has been written about the relationship between the photographer and their subject. From the intimacy of portraiture,

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Revolution in the air

Three years at art college would not be complete without some politics, squatting and clashes with the police.

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They are no longer alive

Photography can mean so many different things to different people. One of the most poignant and common thoughts

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Portuguese lakes at sunrise

I am now long overdue a film developing session followed by some printing. And I cannot wait. Apart

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Sebastião Salgado

Epic and biblical. That’s how I would describe Salgado’s work. And let’s not forget the tonal ranges. And

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Equipment and Materials used – The Film

KODAK T-MAX 400 Once again I have been using T-Max pretty much since I started. To me it

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Copy used at Howies Carnaby street exhibition

In March 2011, Jim Shannon and Toby Deveson travelled to India to photograph, amongst other things, Holi festival.

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Choreographed Papal baby blessings

The day of the Pope’s visit to London was all about the protests and marches for us. That