Category Archives: Photography

See you at Focus on Imaging, at the NEC, Birmingham

If you don’t know it, Focus on Imaging is Europe’s biggest annual trade show, and it’s held in the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, on Sunday March 3rd to Wednesday March 6th, but best of all, we’re going to be there showing and selling the [...]

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What do Zombies and Miss Aniela have in common?

Er… nothing, as far as we know, except that both feature in this week’s Weekend Giveaway! Indeed, as the winter staggers on you may well be feeling like a zombie by now, so @Ilex_Press has two copies of Jovanka Vuckovic’s classic illustrated history, ZOMBIES! [...]

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Do it yourself with 52 More Weekend Projects

Open most newspapers or turn on your television and you’ll likely hear that your country’s economy is pretty screwed. It doesn’t seem to matter where you are in the developed world; someone, somewhere has spent a little bit more than they should have, and [...]

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Photographer’s i Comes to Android

Fresh from its glorious and democratic fifth issue on the iPad, the Photographer’s i Magazine, is available on Android. Sure, there have been a few false starts, but that only goes to prove just how hard we’ve been trying behind the scenes. From issue [...]

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Get creative with 52 More Weekend Projects

It doesn’t matter if you’re fascinated by the “hard core” science of traditional chemical mixing and film developing or prefer pixel-pushing in the high-tech world of digital imaging. Nor does it matter if you use a point-and-shoot camera or the latest system camera to [...]

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January exhibition round-up

If you made a new year’s resolution to get out and see more art and photography this year then you’re in luck – because it was my resolution to track down the best and most interesting upcoming UK exhibitions* so you don’t have to. [...]

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Photographer’s i Issue 5 Out Now

The fifth issue of our amazing digital magazine is out now. You can download the magazine – and a free sample issue if you’ve not already tried it – from the iTunes App Store. Just the ticket if you got an iPad for Christmas! [...]

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Some Like it Hollywood at the V&A

It’s been a while since I left the country pile and headed up to London. So it was with great pleasure that I offloaded the kids on ‘him indoors’ for the weekend and hotfooted my way to South Kensington to indulge in a spot [...]

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Why do photographers need to be rebels?

This was the question put to Haje Jan Kamps by John “Nemo” Nemerovski on his Pixiq podcast, Click with Nemo. If you’ve not had a listen yet, it’s definitely worth sparing 18 minutes of your time to tune in. As Nemo says, ‘Haje takes [...]

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Shutterbug magazine, with a taste of Pring’s

Pring’s Photographer’s Miscellany – surely everyone’s favourite book of stories, techniques, tips and trivia from the photography world – is a treasure trove of weirdness and delight, as well as the truly useful. The editors of Shutterbug clearly agree, as they write, “we felt [...]

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Lawrence Harvey on his favourite pieces from Retromania

Being a self-confessed collector of, among other things, cameras, I don’t think it’s actually possible to pin-point one favourite item from this book, as each individual piece has its own merits.  Whereas some collectors feel the need to attain every single manufactured piece from certain [...]

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Klein vs. Cartier-Bresson: street photography

Right now is a very good time to be a street photographer, especially if you happen to live in England. With a William Klein & Daido Moriyama exhibition at the Tate Modern (10th October – 20th January, £12.70 with concessions) and Henri Cartier-Bresson: A [...]

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