The Photography Blog: ‘Control Order House’ by Edmund Clark – Photographing our response to terrorism
Recent events in Boston have served as a painful reminder of the threat posed by terrorism. In Control Order House, a book launched recently by Edmund Clark, we look at how a state (in this case the British Government) responds to this threat; the legislation passed and, above all, the effect it has on those that are subjected to it.
Geoff Tompkinson is a photographer at the forefront of what can be achieved with a modern digital SLR. He’s been dubbed ‘the man who controls time’ after producing some of the most innovative and stunning footage from the world’s major cities with his camera. Welcome to Geoff’s world of hyperlapse photography.
Tom Jenkins wrote a piece recently on the timeless photography debate about editing our pictures and retaining what can loosely be described as ‘the truth’ captured by the camera.
The future of camera technology has picked up pace recently and two cameras in particular are breaking new ground.
Charlie Waite is one of Britain’s most successful and well known landscape photographers. We catch up with Charlie as he enjoys a quiet few moments at the National Gallery in London to talk photography and learn something about Charlie that no one knew before.
Two recent releases of the latest and greatest compact cameras have introduced some interesting new technology. In addition to the usual advances in auto focus speed, number of megapixels and ISO performance, we have some new and groundbreaking features to consider.
The Landscape Photographer of The Year 2012 (LPOTY) competition has announced its winner and we have a feast of photography all taken in Britain to admire and enjoy.
I received an email recently from reader Peter Loud who took the time to tell me how he uses his enthusiasm for photography as a means to document his local community.
The new academic year is almost upon us and as universities prepare to open their doors to the latest batch of students paying the highest fees in history for their education, we take a look at whether embarking on a photography degree is still a worthy option.
The Photography Blog: What’s the reality of becoming a DSLR user? Are we aware we might be getting into more than we bargained for?
Among the photographers I meet, there is an overriding sense that DSLR’s give us a sense that we have a ‘real’ camera which we can use as a basis for shooting more photographs that we’ll be pleased with.
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