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Below is a list of all the photographers / bullet points that I mentioned in my talk “lomokev’s influences friends and heroes” that I gave as is part of the MiniClick talk series at the Old Market Theatre. Even if you did hear the talk the list of links below should make for a good few hours of web surfing. It should also give you lots of people to add on Flickr, Tumbler and twitter. If you want to catch me talk I have two more planed for the future at the Margate Photography festival on Saturday the 13th of August and at the Crawley camera club Monday 21st November. The next MiniClick talk will be by Human Endeavour on Thursday 4th August more details can be found for that in this blog post on Clickclickjim’s website.
The March issue of Brighton Source Magazine is out now which means it’s time to check out my street style section once again. The new issue has less pages so unfortunately some things have been cut including some record reviews and the street style extra sections. This means there will only be one street style image in the mag. For the foreseeable future the only place you will be able to see the other shots I have taken that month with be on my blog and my montage portrait flickr set.
If you want to try out this style of shooting yourself check out the chapter I wrote in my book Photo Op / 52 Photographic Projects about how to shoot your own montage portraits. You can download that chapter as a PDF here. If you want to get the other 51 chapters it might be a bit tricky as the UK version of the book is now out of print until May. Read more about how you might still be able to get hold of it in this blog post.
Below is the shot for the March Issue plus the unused images at a higher resolution than you will see them on Flickr and, depending on you screen size, maybe larger than they appear in the mag! Continue reading
The February issue of Brighton Source Magazine is out now which means its time to check out my street style section again (I only take the pictures if don’t do the words).
If you want to try out this style of shooting yourself check out the chapter I wrote in my book Photo Op / 52 Photographic Projects about how to shoot your own montage portraits. You can download that chapter as a PDF here. If you want to get the other 51 chapters it might be a bit tricky as the UK version of the book is now out of print after being on sail for 7 mouths, read more about how you might still be able to get hold of it in my last blog post.
Below are all of the shots for the February Issue Plus the unused images at a higher resolution than you will see them on Flickr and depending on you screen size and maybe larger than they appear in the mag! Check out all my montage portraits in this flickr set. Continue reading
The next issue of Brighton Source won’t be out until February, you should still be able to catch the December/January issue in and around Brighton if you’re lucky. I still have to shoot some portraits for the new issue so if you knocking around Brighton doing your sales shopping after the January 1st then best make sure you are looking trendy as I might be approaching you.
A photo of my wife Sarah has been used as part of Pictory’s latest showcase “Secrets of Inspiring Women”. Pictory launched almost one year ago to the day. It lists themes on it’s website and invites their users to submit a picture and text around the themes. Usually a guest curator will pick between 20 – 30 images to be shown on the site. So far I have had images displayed in the themes “Local Flavour” and “Overseas and Overwhelmed“. Continue reading
For the upcoming Brighton Photo Fringe Festival I will be putting on two shows. One is of my ongoing work documenting the Brighton swimming club and my other show is a selection of montages from my trend spotting images that … Continue reading
On my recent visit to California I was lucky enough to be invited to Google’s Mountain View office by Simon Smith the design manager of Google Apps to give a talk . The talk was about how I built my … Continue reading
Been super busy lately and have not posted here for a month. Lots to write about and not much time to write about it. Since last posting here I went to Phoot camp 2010, gave a talk at Google, visited … Continue reading