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I’m looking for great songwriters!

Anton Corbijn, Film and a Session with Sunstreets

At the end of last month news circulated that Dutch artist, Anton Corbijn, would no longer pursue photography professionally, reserving it only as a hobby. Corbijn carved out a 40 year career shooting iconic images for the likes of The Rolling Stones, Bjork, Morrissey, U2, Nirvana, Nick Cave and Depeche Mode. Shooting almost exclusively on black […]

Exclusive – Shoot with Tom Mann and Barclay Beales

Why Carry a Simple 35mm Film SLR everywhere?

A little while back I picked up a near mint condition Nikon FM, the legendary small 35mm camera from Nikon that started the design philosophy that led to the FM2, FE, FE2, FA and FM3A. This production of cameras spanned 29 years. Since using the FM it has encouraged me to carry a simple 35mm […]

Acoustic Duo, Lilo’s Wall, Release Debut EP ‘Rowan’

Promo photography session with Kim Slade

Japan Camera Hunter Film Cases

I recently ordered a couple of the new 135 and 120 film cases from Japan Camera Hunter, Bellamy Hunt. Today they arrived. Receiving mail from Japan is more exciting than the UK. Fact. You get the anticipation and then, when the package arrives, just look how beautiful it is. None of that boring Royal Mail […]

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 […]

Why The Beatles’ unused ‘Abbey Road’ images mean more to me as a photographer than £180,000.

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 […]

Ethan Johns Conducts the BBC Music Orchestra