Reading Time: 5 minutes From losing tripods in The Gambia to finding commonalities in humanity, six photographers discussed the realities of using film at our exclusive event
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Reading Time: 5 minutes It began in March 2015 when David Yates, a client of photographer and fine art printer Mike Crawford, turned up at his print studio, Lighthouse Darkroom, with a “shopping trolleyful” of old boxes of expired photographic paper. The next day, he brought another. The two loads were what was left of a mass clear-out of Yates’ late grandfather Bret Sampson’s darkroom. The British photographer’s London studio was his first port of call, given that Crawford was already working with Yates on another of his personal projects.
Reading Time: 4 minutes In BJP’s latest issue, we focus on forms of collaboration. Collaboration in photography can be controversial,…
Reading Time: 3 minutes Magnum photographer Chris Steele-Perkins is currently showing classic work in London, in the prestigious agency’s headline anniversary shows. But he’s also showing his most recent project, The New Londoners, at a Photo London fringe event – the Fix Photo Festival