This is a new photography exhibition based about the west side of King’s Cross station. The subjects depicted are generally traditions and cultures specific to each of the 28 countries in Europe that are being lost. The photographs shown here are my own selection of those on exhibition. There are
Jerry with his colleagues by Waterstones in Trafalgar Square. Jerry is a specialist session drummer, whose job is creating drum sounds and tempos. Occasionally he can be found on the busking circuit along with his mates, and they make a great band. No vocals, just live, pure jam session music.
This new attraction is just a short distance from Piccadilly Circus at St James’ Market – a modern resurrection of the old 17th Century market. Paper Aviary was launched on 15th February 2017 and is sited in the St James Pavilion. #Introducing: the Paper Aviary at #StJamesMarket Pavilion. An exhibition
Late last night at Piccadilly Circus by Eros there was this dog photo shoot. The compositions entailed the dog (pardon the pun) looking at the camera with Ripley’s as background. The crew’s equipment included a PIXAPRO® light/power pack plus Canon 7d Mk ii’s & ‘L’ lens. The dog was getting
Wolfgang Suschitzky a famous photographer who hailed from Austria, died recently at the age of 104. Here are a couple of obituaries from the Guardian. Wolfgang Suschitzky obituary Wolfgang Suschitzky, the ‘lucky man’ who created Get Carter’s classic style He originally moved to Britain in the 1930s to escape Hitler, hence much of his photography
The ‘Shoreditch’ project took place between 2001 and 2004, culminating in an exhibition at the now closed Spitz Gallery in London’s Spitalfields. The project was also featured in a book entitled ‘Picturing the Social Landscape’ by Les Back, Professor of Anthropology at Goldsmiths College. For a number of years the photo
I have a Canon EF 28-105mm F3.5-4.5 USM. Its a strange model and I have only ever seen perhaps one reference on the internet alluding to the possible existence of a fourth version – a variation on the flower-macro symbol version (mkI.) My Canon EF 28-105mm F3.5-4.5 USM – the missing version? MkIa
I found these 4 pics from the E2 Portrait Series during a clear out. The pictures were taken for the Shoreditch Project, which I’ve chronicled previously. Bill, photographed by Nicola Evans, 2002 Donna, photographed by Gerard Mitchell, 2002 Melissa, Mick & Amanda, photographed by Antonio Genco, 2002 Zarina & Shireen, photographed by