Mitch Dobrowner talks to us about his work, his future plans, winning the Sony World Photography Award and how it all came about from a big experiment.
Recently, I visited a well established local camera club to drum up support for a community photography project I was helping with. It struck me how, at 31, I was at least half the age of the typical member.
Assuming Mark Zuckerberg hasn’t got his sums wrong, the market for smartphone photography is booming.
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Why do jazz and photography go together so well? Few other forms of music have so fascinated photographers. Images from jazz’s golden age, the forties and fifties, have filled many a coffee table book – hundreds of pictures of instrumentalists on the poky stages of smoke-wreathed New York jazz clubs.
Welcome to the Independent’s new photography blog. Here we’ll be discussing everything that’s current and topical in the photo world keeping you up to date with the latest news, trends and competitions.
Did you have a lovely Easter break? We did – especially as the 4-day work week has meant the weekend has come around that little bit quicker!
Full time-photographer and ex urban-economist Tom Barnes presents himself as a laid back, yet exceedingly professional artist. With clients ranging from top UK bands (Bring Me the Horizon, Futures, You Me at Six) to newlyweds, Barnes has no left no leaf unturned, nor any book unread. He discusses his admiration for Nelson Mandela and how he calls the shots in shoots.
I took this photograph in 2007. I was frustrated with having been controlled by the scale for 10 years.
I came across this photograph tonight and realised just how many years have slipped by with meaningless numbers still having such a grip on me.
It makes me feel sad mainly. Ashamed too. Hypocritical. Weak.
I wish I could [...]
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