Tag: exhibition

Two Exhibitions, Two Very Different Photographers: Don McCullin and Martin Parr

2019 is turning out to be quite a year for photography here in the UK. The Photography Show at the National Exhibition Centre in March had some great talks from the likes of Martin Parr, Pete Souza, Lindsay Adler and Moose Petersen. We’ve had a Diane Arbus exhibition at the

Capture Birmingham 19/20 March

This year Birmingham is to host a celebration of photography over the weekend of 19th and 20th March to coincide with the Photography Show running at the National Exhibition Centre. Called Capture Birmingham the aim of the weekend is to have a series of exhibitions and other photography related events which aim to

A Reason for Not Dumping Film?

This months copy of The RPS Journal (Vol 153, No. 5) has an article on the documentary photographer Jane Hilton. It discusses her love of travel and the American West, the fascinating subjects she met in Nevada’s legal brothels and why she is sticking to film in this increasingly digital

Five Ways of Improving Your Photography

These may be blindingly obvious. The challenge however is not knowing them but doing them. These are five things I am ‘committing’ to, to try and improve my photography. Thought I’d share and would welcome any comments to see what others do that improves their image making skills. Take more

Lifework: Norman Parkinson’s Century of Style

National Theatre, Lyttelton Exhibition Space, London, England This exhibition has to be one of the best kept secrets in London at the moment. It does not seem to be very well advertised and is hidden away inside the National Theatre. The exhibition is free to get into and contains some

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