Category Archives: Photography

Your Audience Mirrors You

It doesn’t really matter whether you are reading this because you are in the process of growing an audience. This piece (I hope) could spark an idea…

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The Law and The Photographer

Forgive me if this seems a little self pitying, but photographers in the UK seem to be fighting a losing battle both with members of the public and with the police (or more accurately community support officers, security guards and police officers who are ignorant of the law on photography in a public place). More and more reports are being written of photographers who take pictures in public places having to undergo stop and search and confiscation of their cameras and equipment if deemed to be acting in a suspicious manner.

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Why I Went To Photography School

I went to photography school for a reason. It’s not that I couldn’t take photographs, I taught myself how to do that. I really went to photography school so that I could learn about photography. Sounds obvious? Actually it isn’t

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A Good Headshot Gets You Noticed

A headshots photographer in London is not hard to find, but don’t base your decision to hire a headshot photographer on price alone. Look into a few…

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Photography Laws, Copyright and Trespass

Photographers need to know where we stand in relation to copyright and trespass laws. It isn’t that there are specific photography laws or regulations covering photography. UK…

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Photographers beware of new Trespass Laws

As the UK currently has no privacy laws, photographers are usually free to take pictures wherever they wish as long as they are on public land, or…

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Think differently about consumption

Chris Jordon’s current work, Running the numbers – An American Self Portrait, allows us to think quite differently about our consumption by marrying photographic work with statistics.…

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