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TriggerTrap’s LapseWorld Time-lapse Film

In October I took part in TriggerTrap’s LapseWorld, a crowd sourced time-lapse shot in multiple locations around the world. At the London event TriggerTrap asked me to give a short introduction to time-lapse photography for the benefit of people who were new to time-lapse. In Total 40 photographers in 5 cities shot 65,000 images which made 45 minutes of time-lapse footage.

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I’ll be at Triggertrap’s LapseWorld in London on the 11th of October

TriggerTrap have asked me to give a short time-lapse talk at LapseLondon on the Saturday the 11th October. It’s a free event, all you have to do is register online. LapseLondon is a crowd sourced Time-lapse showing a snapshot of … Continue reading

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Miniaturesque Slinkachu Exhibition at Andipa Gallery London

Miniaturesque is an exhibition showing new work shot in London by Photographer / Street artist Slinkachu. Slinkachu builds little worlds with model people with a black comidic over tone, if you like Modern Toss and David Shrigle you will love his work. Most of the actual art works that Slinkachu makes are left in the places he installs them. For most of his work the only permanent record is the photographs he shoots, he leaves the physical objects in place which in all likelihood means they will be destroyed by the hustle and bustle of the city.

The Jetty - Southbank, London 2014

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Salt and Silver at the Tate Britain London

After taking a look around ‘Time, Conflict, Photography’ at the Tate Modern I hopped on a bus (you can also take the boat) and headed down to the Tate Britain to look at their other photo exhibition ‘Salt and Silver’. The Tate Britain is displaying 90 Salted paper prints, salted paper prints are one of the earliest forms of photography. The medium was invented by William Henry Fox Talbot in 1839 which was a mere 11 years after the first permanent photograph was taken. Due to their fragile nature very few of the original prints still exist today and this is the first exhibition to show just Salted paper prints.

Cantinére by Roger Fenton and Captain Mottram Andrews by Roger Fenton 1855

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Conflict, Time, Photography at the Tate Modern London

I must admit ‘Conflict, Time, Photography‘ at the Tate Modern was not what I had expected. Before attending the exhibition I had not heard anything about it, all I knew is that the Tate had curated an exhibition of conflict photography. I expected it to be brimming with iconic way photography like Nick Ut’s The Terror of War (commonly referred to as Napalm Girl). But apart from Roger Fenton’s The Valley of the Shadow of Death and Don McCullin’s shell-shocked US marine it was all pretty new to me. More of Don McCullin’s work documenting the Berlin wall features later on in the exhibition.

Conflict, Time, Photography at the Tate Modern London

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Drawn By Light exhibition at the London Science Museum Media Space

The Media Space latest exhibition packs more Iconic photographic prints into one room than you’ve probably ever seen in your lifetime. As soon as you walk in you can’t help but notice one of the most iconic photographs of all time: Steve McCurry’s Afghan Girl. I’ve seen the Afghan Girl image many times but this is the first time I’ve seen a print and it’s absolutely gorgeous, hanging next to it was Yousuf Karsh’s 1947 iconic portrait of Winston Churchill.

Steve McCurry Afghan Girl Yousuf Karsh Winston Churchill Drawn By Light Media Space

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Open for Business at the Science Museum London

Open for Business is a body of work that depicts contemporary British manufacturing in a time when most would believe it is declining. It show cases a broad range of industries from sausage making, yacht building and weaving to the construction of the HMS Queen Elizabeth the largest ship ever built for the Royal Navy. The work was commissioned by Multistory a Midlands based arts organisation that is dedicated to telling the stories of ordinary peoples lives.

Wave energy being harnessed near the Scottish Orkney Islands by . © Stuart Franklin & Magnem Photos. Wave energy being harnessed near the Scottish Orkney Islands by . © Stuart Franklin & Magnem Photos.

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Speaking at the Birdie photography conference

On the Saturday 13th September I will speaking at the Birdie conference in London’s East End. Birdie will be an intermit one day photography conference which is more about stories behind photos and photographers than than kit they use to produce their images. My talk is about how I turned … Continue reading

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