Where is Hereford, got to see John Bulmer…

On Wednesday I go via my favorite form of public Transport (the Train) to Hereford. Now other than cows and a late goal by Ronnie Radford in the 1972 FA Cup at Home to Newcastle. I know little of the place. I have missed The Hereford Photographic exhibition over the past few years as IContinue reading “Where is Hereford, got to see John Bulmer…”

Tube, Lines and Tranquility

http://www.londonphotonow.com/ Photography by Mark Paulda Tube; a hollow, usually cylindrical body of metal, glass, rubber, or other material, used especially for conveying  or contains liquid or gases. The 1863 the first tube opened in London, the District and circle line. Now it runs like an artery through length and breadth of London. The above Dictionary description describes it well ‘conveying or containing liquids or Gases‘ A smell and special dirt all of it own and a heating system all of it own. Artists have oftenContinue reading “Tube, Lines and Tranquility”

Joel Meyerovitz Talk at Darby Format 2011

I went to Format festival In Darby. This will be the last Space I will visit as it must be full steam ahead with my Exhibition. I went to Format two years ago. The Main Reason was to see a talk by Joel Meyerovitz  the American street  photographer I knew that this would be good to Continue reading “Joel Meyerovitz Talk at Darby Format 2011”

William Eggleston Article

http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/2010/nov/05/william-eggleston-democratic-camera-review A good article on what i would probably say is one of my favorite photographers. The article discus how america has changed in the 50 years of his work. I think the thing with america im fast learning is the british see it as san francisco new york the white house and the Jay Leno show.Continue reading “William Eggleston Article”

How i fell for Andre Kertesz, while leaving a Paris Behind…

Striking while the irons hot is not always great in the long run. Did paris Fail or did i Fail Paris? Judge for yourself! Paris Photo 2010 at this moment in time feels like The Clash Signing to Capitol Records. Did they or did they not sell out. Am i more wiser to the whole corporateContinue reading “How i fell for Andre Kertesz, while leaving a Paris Behind…”

William Eggleston: The wonder of hue

http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/2010/nov/05/william-eggleston-democratic-camera-review A good article on what i would probably say is one of my favorite photographers. The article discus how america has changed in the 50 years of his work. I think the thing with america im fast learning is the british see it as san francisco new york the white house and the Jay Leno show.Continue reading “William Eggleston: The wonder of hue”

Tweet of the day: Bruce Davidson

I’ve done a picture of Bruce Davidson‘s work before. I thought it was time we had a new one… It’s a great article Heres a tezzer so you will read it ” NEW YORK — “I’m like Zsa Zsa Gabor,’’ Bruce Davidson says. “I’m famous, but no one knows for what.’’  click the link to read more I likeContinue reading “Tweet of the day: Bruce Davidson”

The future of Photojournalism

Steve Mayes is the managing director of The Photojournalism Cooperative VII. He raises some very interesting points on the state of photojournalism? http://thephotoletariat.com/interview-steve-mayes-managing-director-of-the-photojournalism-cooperative-on-the-state-photojournalism-and-a-photographers-worth/ He references Lewis Hine as his greatest photojournalist. Although i know of Hines Name i was surprised to see how many  famous images he was behind The above image creates a feel of sadness in the monotony in the scaleContinue reading “The future of Photojournalism”

London Gallery visit 13/9/10 (updated)

On Monday 13/9/10, I take the Welsh Dragon Express to the big smoke to see some galleries. At this moment im going to Sally Mann at the photographer’s gallery. Edward Maybridge at Tate Britain. Im also going to Tate Modern to see Exposed. I’m sure we will find some other things to visit 14/9/10 First of all iContinue reading “London Gallery visit 13/9/10 (updated)”

Tweet image of the Day: Jez Coulson

Ive said it before and ill say it again some pictures dont need words. Picture by New York Photographer Jez Coulson. Check Out http://www.jezblog.com/  

Bruce Davidson Article in the New York Times 8/9/10

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/09/12/t-magazine/12talk-davidson-t.html?pagewanted=1&_r=3 A great interview with Bruce Davidson from the New York TImes. He talks about how he made himself invisible with the gangs he worked with in 1959. There is always that ghostly factor about his image that he is almost not present. Apart for the fraction of a second click exposing the film to light. I liked the part of the articleContinue reading “Bruce Davidson Article in the New York Times 8/9/10”

A tweet a day: Blackpool 1948

I found this image on the Guardian website http://www.guardian.co.uk/theobserver/2010/aug/29/big-picture-blackpool-beach-1948# The generalist of the piece could not be bothered naming who took the picture and the link is broken for it. He’s getting a right panning in the reviews of  his article. Any back to the chase… Britain Blackpool 1948, im thinking that this picture willContinue reading “A tweet a day: Blackpool 1948”