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Landscapes, landscapes, landscapes from three viewpoints

The search for the perfect landscape with your camera is an ever popular passtime if the current exhibitions in London are any indication.   Three large exhibitions major on this popular genre.   Viewing them all in one weekend is a visual … Continue reading

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Losing Ground

A good example of activist photography, where the photographer has worked alongside Oxfam to illustrate the issues of poor people in Cambodia and their right to own, live and work on the land.  Currently exhibited at The Gallery, London until … Continue reading

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Social change one photograph at a time

Stories can be told with pictures and photophilanthropy has been established to connect photographers with non profit organisations to tell stories that can lead to social change.  I am reminded of the work of Susan Scott (2002) who said you … Continue reading

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Photography as activism

A new exhibition in Leamington Spa by Josh King highlights the reality of life for the homeless.   In a series of well framed images he captures the essence of humanity in each person, in each face.   Particularly liked the portraits, … Continue reading

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