d300n 460x270 - The existential photographer

I decided to quickly look around the net and see if there were any articles or blogs related to existential photography…There do not really seem to be any pages that directly address the existentialism of photography. Nevertheless I found the following blog article interesting: “A Photographic Existential Question: Integrating Photography,Read More →

d300 460x270 - Why Existential Camera?

Well we are all existentialist photographers! Ever seen two photographers look through the very same camera eyepiece at the same time? I thought not! Monitors or LCD displays are a way of getting round the photographer’s existential dilemma, but it still can get a bit crowded, and anyway, as SartreRead More →

CURTAIN ROAD – The present St. Leonard’s Church, Shoreditch, occupies the site of a church at least as old as the thirteenth century. The old church, which had four gables and a low square tower, was taken down in 1736 and the present ugly church built by the elder DanceRead More →