Tag: classic-photography

Get Featured: Daniel Gorman

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Get Featured: Daniel Gorman

Get Featured: Daniel Gorman Daniel has a rather different feature for us all today. Instead of his work, it is his grandfathers photography from the 1930’s, from all over Europe. A fascinating glimpse into the past. Check it out. This project began on a late December afternoon in 2012 during a getaway at my grandparent’s […]

A film legacy Pt. 2

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A film Legacy Pt. 2 Jason Howe from Aperturepriority has very kindly offered to share a piece with us about a series of beautiful photographs by the late photographer Roland G Phillips-Turner. These moving and personal images are a glance into the past. Over to you Jason.

Interview with a collector/photographer, Jason Howe JCH has an interesting little interview for you today. Not only is Jason a photographer, but a collector too. I noticed that he has quite a remarkable Olympus in his collection, so I thought it would be great to hear a little bit more about it. Check it out.

Robert Frank – I am a lucky man

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I was lucky enough this week to go to a Robert Frank exhibition in Tokyo at Gallery Bauhaus with my good friend John Sypal. It turns out there was a show of Frank’s work, including original prints and contact sheets from ‘outside my window’ and ‘flower is’. You can see the site for the gallery […]