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Why use a Rolleinar on your Rolleiflex, you ask?

Last month I set off for a shoot in Arundel, one of my favourite West Sussex towns. I happened to be early and as I do anytime when I’m there, called into Arundel Photographica to say hello to Chris, the owner, as well as massaging my eyes with all of the vintage camera treasures he […]

As seen in NME, The unused ‘Abbey Road’ images from the now iconic Beatles album cover shoot have sold for £180,000. These days with digital photography, tens, hundreds, even thousands of images can be made in a single shoot. Just six images were captured for the sleeve in 1969, five of the band on the […]

Working with Film

Recently I have started working with film more often and earlier this year I came across a camera that I had longed to own. A Rolleiflex 2.8 Planar. These cameras were favoured by the likes of Richard Avedon, Irving Penn, Diane Arbus, Robert Capa, Bert Stern and Vivian Maier. One of my ‘heros’, David Bailey […]

Texture in Morocco – Film Photography

Earlier in the Summer I had the pleasure in visiting Morocco for two weeks staying in Marrakech at the beautiful Riad Ka within the Medina. I knew that I wanted to take pictures whilst in Morocco but also knew that I didn’t want to experience the whole trip through the lens of a dslr. With a dslr […]

I’m doing my best

Time to get personal. My blog hasn’t been updated in ages so here is a first for a while. For sometime there have been delays in my communications with peers, associates and friends for that matter. This, I can attribute to having the busiest, best, first quarter for my business since taking my photography full […]

Mark Kermode photograph for the cover of new book, ‘Hatchet Job’ Update

Earlier in the year I posted about how I had shot the cover photograph for Mark Kermode’s forthcoming book, ‘Hatchet Job’. Well the jacket design was recently completed by the talented designers at the books publisher Picador, the Pan Macmillan imprint. Here is the finished cover along with some supporting images from the jacket. If […]