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The Photography Blog: A quick chat with… Charlie Waite, Notebook

The Photography Blog: A quick chat with… Charlie Waite

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.

By | Notebook, Science & Technology | Friday, 4 January 2013 at 2:17 pm

The Photography Blog: New cameras, new technology.  But is it of any use to our photography?, Notebook

The Photography Blog: New cameras, new technology. But is it of any use to our photography?

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.

By | Notebook, Science & Technology | Wednesday, 12 December 2012 at 1:06 pm

Something For The Weekend in London: November 16-18, Arts

Something For The Weekend in London: November 16-18

This weekend sees the Southbank Centre declare the arrival of winter with its annual festival dedicated to all things Chrismassy. While those not quite ready to get into the spirit of it all can enjoy a street photography workshop in the East, a flick about graffiti writers, fried chicken in Brixton and a unusual dedication to the beauty of dancing on ice.

By | Arts | Friday, 16 November 2012 at 6:00 am

Instagram begin rolling out web profiles for all users, Notebook

Instagram begin rolling out web profiles for all users

Throughout this week, Instagram will roll out web-based profiles for every one of its 100 million users, complete with ‘Facebook Timeline’ style layout and animated cover photos.

By | Notebook, Science & Technology | Tuesday, 6 November 2012 at 12:25 pm

Would you rent property A or property B?, Property

Would you rent property A or property B?

How much difference does photography make to prices?

By | Property | Monday, 1 October 2012 at 9:10 am

The Photography Blog: Is a photography degree worth the paper it’s written on?, Opinion

The Photography Blog: Is a photography degree worth the paper it’s written on?

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.

By | Opinion | Tuesday, 25 September 2012 at 4:00 am

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?, Arts

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.

By | Arts, Science & Technology | Sunday, 26 August 2012 at 4:00 am

The Photography Blog: A quick chat with Samuel Aranda, 2012 World Press Photographer of The Year, Arts

The Photography Blog: A quick chat with Samuel Aranda, 2012 World Press Photographer of The Year

His photograph of a mother cradling her son during the protests against the Yemeni government won the 2012 award. We catch up with him at home in Barcelona to talk about his award, his photography and playing Playstation in a war zone.

By | Arts | Sunday, 5 August 2012 at 4:00 am

Publication of Michaela McAreavey crime scene pictures presents a significant problem for Mauritius, Notebook

Publication of Michaela McAreavey crime scene pictures presents a significant problem for Mauritius

There is a long-standing tradition of publishing gore in Mauritius by ‘la presse sensationnelle’ and it looks like these photos have been used to boost the circulation figures for a new entrant in an already crowded marketplace.

By | Notebook | Monday, 16 July 2012 at 3:13 pm

The Photography Blog: Full-time photography is an endangered species, but so what?, Arts

The Photography Blog: Full-time photography is an endangered species, but so what?

The British Journal of Photography carried an interesting piece about the photographer that has just won the prestigious World Press Photographer award.

By | Arts | Sunday, 15 July 2012 at 10:00 am

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