David Solomons has produced a rather nice paperback edition of his street work, including 49 color and 16 black and white images. David has kindly made five copies available to the first five in-public readers who email him through the […]
As street photographers, in-public are very concerned about any restrictions placed on those wishing to make photographs in a public place. There is a lot of confusion and misunderstanding about the legal position – among both photographers and law enforcers. […]
Monday 16th February 2009 is the enforcement date for Section 76 of the Counter-Terrorism Act 2008. As the British Journal of Photography (BJP) wrote last month: “The relationship between photographers and police could worsen next month when new laws are […]
The Christmas Tree Bucket is humour of the blackest hue. Operatic in its vision and darkly satirical in its style, Trent Parke snaps the family rituals of Christmas with the in-laws and builds a gritty gothic tale of a nightmare […]
Richard Kalvar will be showing his photographs in Paris, during the photography month. You can see over 40 years’ worth of his street photography at Arcturus Gallery, from November 14th to December 6th. Galerie ARCTURUS 65 rue de Seine 75006 […]
Jesse Marlow There’s a feature on Jesse Marlow in the latest edition of Czech Republic photography magazine DIGIfoto. Trent Parke Plus, Trent Parke is featured in the tenth anniversary issue of Tank Magazine, with an essay by Geoff Dyer.
Jeff Ladd has started an exciting new project, under the umbrella of his publishing company ‘Errata Editions’. The ‘Books on Books’ series is an on-going publishing project dedicated to making rare and out-of-print photography books accessible once again to photobook […]