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Photoessay: Praghitecture


Predawn rooftops I

Today’s photoessay are a selection of buildings from Prague in a mix of styles I’d consider to be somewhere between modern European and ‘restored classical’. 289 more words

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Photoessay: small humans, Prague


The underlying economy

In today’s photoessay, the people of Prague play a secondary role in the proceedings: they are there to provide a sense of scale and a little humanisation to the various urban tableaux. 254 more words

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On Photography: An Assessment of Photographing Inside Fostoria's Iron Triangle Railfan Park

From a purely train watching perspective, the Iron Triangle Railfan Park in Fostoria, Ohio, is a great place. If you are willing to move around, you can see every train that passes through Fostoria. 1,519 more words

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The idea of a '5'


Drawing down on ghosts. Vysehrad fort, Prague

Most of the regular readers here will be familiar with the concept of ‘the four things’ – this is to say that there are a few elements that are independent of content that every image must have in order for it to leave some sort of impression on its audience. 1,525 more words

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'Connection' exhibition report - and finally, a book - available to order now!

One big bit of news today: I finally have a book out, at an affordable price, for a good cause! Following on from the Connection… 772 more words

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Photoessay: Studies of an old Jaguar

Imagine this situation: you’ve been invited to photograph in an interesting private residence/art center/ architectural location* and after doing the obvious stuff, you come across something that is neither so obvious nor so well maintained, but very captivating nevertheless. 298 more words

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Singles: Portraits of excavators


Herd. The body shapes, the low contrast, dust in the air, and buckets waving like trunks combined to give the feeling of a family of mechanical elephants. 336 more words

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