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Photo Blog 50!

Welcome to Photo Blog 50! A very special post for you this week as we bring to you photographs from our focus members :) I asked some of our members to submit an image if they wanted to, any image, and as I’d hoped even some of our writers gave images as well as the …

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This week our theme here has been Noir; the focus team and writers have written some awesome blogs about films, photographs, books and art that fit this theme, and we’ll be doing the same next week but with a brand new theme. Today, the photo blog will be looking at a few contemporary photographers that …

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Back to black…. and white

So back to being on time this week, I will divulge into the world of noir as I’m sure you’ve already guessed by reading the other blogs this week. Noir is a film genre that I do and don’t like, mainly because it is divided into two seperate beings. The first is the style and …

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Photo Blog 39

To finish off the photo blog before the themes start- the last one not assigned to a theme for the year, I’ve picked someone who got their name and work out there into the big wide world of photography by entering and winning a competition. The Student Street Photographer award at the London Street Photography …

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This week’s photo blog (one of the many lined up, but please don’t hesitate to get in contact with us if you would like your work shown) looks at Chester based Simon Parker. Currently teaching as a Head of Art, his subjects are painting drawing and photography, has led a number of both traditional media …

Photo-Blog #22

This weeks Photo- Blog comes to us from a studio in New Castle: Sean Wakefield, Digital Retoucher at Alex Telfer Photography Ltd Kingsland Church Studios gives to us a very interesting method and idea: “Alone at a Table of Friends’ is from a fairly long running series I did using smaller film formats in larger cameras to cut up …

Photo-Blog #21

This weeks photo blog is from Photographer and Film Maker George Horne: Dance Photography and Portraits. Dancers are amongst the most difficult subjects to photograph. Not only are they are they painstakingly fastidious about hitting their exact ‘pose’, but they usually prefer to photographed in a dance studio, an environment with irregular lighting, few plug …

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Into the void

Within this blog space I’ll be focusing more on the film side on Focus, and try to keep it up to date with the goings on of my little world. I was originally going to write my first blog as a review of ’127 Hours’, which I saw on wednesday, however  will instead share a …

Photo-Blog #17

Something again new and special for this week, Aren’t you lucky people. This weeks photo-blog comes from Poland! and not from an actual photographer per-se, this young lady takes vintage photographs and re-colours them. Giving photographs which may not have been anything special or too unique in the first place a new lease of life, …

Photo-Blog #13

Today’s photo-blog is a first for the blog series we publish It’s a self portrait! and not just one but were bringing you four of them! Please excuse the over use of the exclamation mark but were rather excited over here. Todays work is from a Dominic Clark a recent graduate who work we love …