Landscape Photographers beware of Hogweed

Posted on June 19, 2018 by Admin under Operational Extras, RED Zone

Giant Hogweed is found in the UK, easily confused with other common plants, but this one burns and blinds – beware apple.news/Av5ecmklYRsycBomO9G2oww

Not Happy at the 1%

Posted on November 15, 2011 by Gary Austin under Crime & Corruption, Documentary Photography, Social Issues
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A brief walk around Derby and I saw this window, obviously attacked from a previous night and all I thought of was the Occupy movement and a message to the 1%

Remembrance Day in Derby

Posted on November 14, 2011 by Gary Austin under Documentary Photography
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As each year passes I try (and not on another job) to photograph the remembrance day parades as part of historical documentary of Derby (3 Photos)

A day of street photography in Derby with Bruce Gilden, Magnum

Posted on December 10, 2010 by Admin under Blog, Portraits
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I can’t wait to see the Format Festival in March next year, especially as I spent the day with street photographer Bruce Gilden from Magnum while he was in Derby. I learn’t a lot from watching him, not about the technical details like his flash settings or what f stop he uses, there is no […]

Photographer Simon Norfolk at Derby’s Quad

Posted on October 13, 2009 by Admin under Blog
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Photographer Simon Norfolk is speaking at Derby’s Quad gallery on 19 November 2009 at 6.30 pm. book now to avoid disappointment £3

Winning Photographer Photographs Economic Hardship and Needs Work

Posted on February 23, 2009 by Admin under Blog
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Anthony Suau wins the World Press Photo for a second time for a photograph illustrating the current economic hardship – but the real story is that he had to persuade Time to run the photographs, and that he admits that he has only had one commission in the last two months World Press Photo Winners Anthony Suau

Photographers under attack

Posted on October 18, 2008 by Admin under Portraits, Surveillance
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THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE TAKE PHOTOS EVERY DAY. WHAT IF ONE OF THEM SEEMS ODD? Terrorists use surveillance to help plan attacks, taking photos and making notes about security measures like the location of CCTV cameras. If you see someone doing that, we need to know. Let experienced officers decide what action to take. The Metropolitan […]

Photographers under surveillance…again!

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Two respected photographers have found themselves under surveillance while waiting to cover a protest in Brighton. Photojournalist Marc Vallée and another photographer were filmed by the police ‘Forward Intelligence Team’ (FIT) while waiting in their car for the protest to start. Media workers, but especially photographers have been claiming they are being targeted by the […]

The good old days to the norm with compact image transmition devices

Posted on October 7, 2008 by Admin under Blog, Gear, Kit & Bags, Tech
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I have to say I really enjoyed this post as it reminded me of when I was working as a sports photographer for a national press agency. It is also strange to think that photographers use common solutions to their problems, as I have been using the Pocket Phojo and a PDA for the last […]

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