Interview with Landscape Photographer Roman Loranc I’m very pleased to present this interview with Roman Loranc, whose landscape photography has inspired me greatly over the years, especially when shooting the British Landscape with large format film a decade ago. It’s not always easy to explain one’s connections to other people’s work, but in this case it […]
Archives for August 2015
Just a quick post with some snaps I took while out walking with the kids in North Wales a few days ago. I grabbed my Fuji X100 from storage – a camera I have not used in some time – and started shooting without much thought. I think the agonisingly slow start up time and […]
Its a pleasure to see some hand-printed analogue photographs, after so long out of the darkroom myself. This work is a great example of why some people still prefer to work in the darkroom and a fitting prelude to my forthcoming article/interview with Roman Loranc….
A submission of photographs from regular reader, George – thanks!
I have been less active than I would have liked, but I have been busy working up to my departure from Afghanistan (a month’s break) and that happens to have coincided with a frenzy of violence. Lots of bombs and lots a deluge of attacks has everyone’s heads down. The good news is that I have […]
Bruce Gilden is arguably the most acclaimed street photographer working today and one of the very few left standing. How many genuinely well-known living street photographers can you name? Not many, I suspect (if any). Producing street photographs that stand out today is incredibly difficult for a number of reasons: firstly, street photography is one […]
TPF presents an interview with Eleanor Leonne Bennett, a young award-winning British photographer, editor and writer , whose work has been heavily used as cover art for books. So, without further ado… Q. You’re 19 years old and there’s no doubting that you have ‘hit’ photography hard in a short space of time? Where do […]