Having initially trained as an architect, Edwin Smith (1912-1971) is perhaps best know for his photography and particularly his exploration of the vernacular in architecture.
Caught By The River have just published Ken Worpole's review of 'Fenwomen - A Portrait Of Women In An English Village' by Mary Chamberlain with photographs by Justin Partyka, published by Full Circle Editions.
Fifty photographs of Antiques Market traders by Jeremy Freedman - from 10th February - 10th March
In 2010, East End culture blog www.spitalfieldslife.com published a weekly series of profiles, telling the stories of the traders in the Spitalfields Antiques Market accompanied with vibrant images by photographer Jeremy Freedman. And the result is a distinguished body of portraiture, recording the diverse personalities who come together to create London’s pre-eminent weekly antiques market.
Opening today is an exhibition of large-scale colour photographs by Norfolk based artist Frances Kearney.
It wasn't too long ago that I was pondering on whether to pay the extortionate price for a pack of Polaroid films but having just come across a link to a free download on Poladroid.net, I no longer need to....
The trouble with the Internet's buzzing social scene, is that one can easily start to drift away from having a real-life social scene, you know, one which involves leaving the house and using your hands to gesticulate not just to...