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Sohei Nishino

I first saw Nishino’s work in the September 2014 issue of The British Journal of Photography. Nishino creates dioramas using thousands of individual images, all taken while wandering around cities. His aim is to show his viewer every street, face … Continue reading

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Photographer of the week- Demond Meek

For this weeks photographer of the week I chose a photographer who has created a series of photos of derelict and deserted buildings as this is something I am interested in doing for my first assignment. I quickly came across … Continue reading

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Photographer of the Week- Ruth Simmons

This week’s photographer is a photographer who is local to myself, Ruth Simmons. Just before Christmas I visited one of her exhibitions at the Ancient High House in Stafford. It is the 4th exbitition she has held at this location, … Continue reading

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Photographer of the week- P H Emerson

For this weeks photographer I have chosen P H Emerson. Emerson was born in 1856 in Cuba and moved to England in 1869 with his mother and brother after she was widowed. He mainly took “naturalistic” photos which focussed on … Continue reading

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Photographer of the week- Frank Fontana

Bearing in mind my last exercise, I thought Frank Fontana’s work was perfect to be this week’s photographer. Fontana has created beautiful abstract landscape photos which are akin to paintings by artists such as Serge Poliakoff and Mark Rothko. He … Continue reading

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