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Women in Photography

February 2, 2016 3:00 pm0 comments
Women in Photography

When it comes to photography, some of the most renowned names in this field are those of men. The role of women in photography and women as photographers somehow become overshadowed in the entire glamour of men photographers. The relation of women with the art of photography is much more […]

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Stealing Memories: Why taking photos is making us miss out

August 17, 2014 5:58 pm0 comments
Stealing Memories: Why taking photos is making us miss out

I’m sure you’ve all been in the situation. Going on a family outing, maybe a hike or walk; upon reaching your destination the collective mother of the family will produce a camera seemingly from nowhere and order everyone to stand in a line and smile. Everyone musters up a fake […]

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Snapshot Your Way Through Life

December 12, 2013 6:00 pm0 comments
Snapshot Your Way Through Life

As a disclaimer, this is not an article listing the reasons why taking a photo is bad. This is an article simply fascinated by the sheer amount that we take. Even though I’m only 22, the world is a lot different since my early teenage years given the massive progress […]

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Photography: The Harsh Truth

September 10, 2013 5:00 pm2 comments

As little as ten years ago, photography was an art form practised only by those who were qualified or by those who fancied themselves artists within a photographic realm. Nowadays, photography is part of almost everyone’s life. With universally used websites such as Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter, every photo […]

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Photos are a piece of art – Interview with young Bedford photographer Emma Dullingham

June 6, 2013 9:50 am1 comment
Photos are a piece of art – Interview with young Bedford photographer Emma Dullingham

Emma Dullingham is a photographer based in Bedford. She featured in Caprice Magazine Canada Represented by Koloro fine art and photography agency. Featured twice in Vogue Italia. Koloro’s Photographer of the year 2012. Piotr Balkus: Your photographs were featured twice in Vogue Italia. How did that happen? Emma Dullingham: I […]

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Open Call for Memories of the Future – the Analogue meets Digital Pop-up

April 6, 2013 10:51 pm0 comments

OPEN CALL – ‘MEMORIES of the FUTURE’ – The Analogue meets Digital Pop-up Shop – Nottingham, UK – 15th -19th October 2013 Memories of the Future will be a pop-up shop, exploring the relationship between traditional analogue formats, & the digital revolution within the independent creative sector. This will take […]

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Ruins in Reverse – Tate Modern last failure

March 19, 2013 12:52 pm2 comments
Ruins in Reverse – Tate Modern last failure

There are different ways to view ‘Ruins in Reverse’ and, unfortunately, none of them would make it seem good. The visitors of the new exhibition, hosted by the Project Space Tate Modern, will be disappointed, annoyed, even a bit anguished and definitely not delighted. ‘Ruins in Reverse’ is about the relationship […]

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‘Grosses Schauspielhaus, Berlin, 1985’

February 1, 2013 3:00 pm0 comments
‘Grosses Schauspielhaus, Berlin, 1985’

A theatre is photographed mid demolition. It’s a terrible loss to the arts. It’s the end of an icon. It’s just awful… or is it? Statements like this could be easily forgiven if one does some light homework on the producer of this image. The photographer, Rjuyi Miyamoto, has risen […]

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