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Tea and Brasso (Part two)

My first attempts at photography in 1968 (see Part One) were in black and white, naturally enough. Colour photography was a bit of specialist pastime in those days and the materials were of rather poor quality. I had the use … Continue reading

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Tea and brasso.

I first picked up a camera as a schoolboy. My father gave me his old rangefinder after he bought himself his first Praktica.  He had introduced me to trainspotting a few years earlier and 1968 saw the dying days of … Continue reading

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Fay Godwin revisited

Saturday the 18th saw the opening of a new exhibition at MOMA Machynlleth of the late Fay Godwin’s black-and-white landscape photographs. It includes a selection of original prints from the National Library of Wales’s collection linked to “The Drover’s Roads of Wales”. … Continue reading

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Every picture tells a story.

I can’t have been the only photographer to have recently received junk email offering…..”Always have amazing skies!”. It goes on – “With the killer App for Sky Replacement and our new Skies and Clouds Collections” “With […………..] sky replacement is no … Continue reading

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