I have written about Candy Chang’s thoughtful urban installations before, and therefore I am delighted to hear that she is bringing her work to London through the next few weeks as part of the Merge Festival at Bankside. The festival is a celebration of the rich cultural heritage of the area, and it aims to […]
“Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst” – Henri Cartier Bresson.
True, very true.
If you started with a digital camera, make that your first 30,000. Perhaps even 50,000.
OK, this has got to be the longest break I have taken from the blog! The last few months have been crazy busy – mostly in a good way. I travelled to Crete, Rome and New York, got my knee sorted, took one of the biggest plunges of my life and launched my own consultancy, […]
If you are wondering why this blog has seen such little photography action over the last few months, please put down those protest banners and please don’t demand your money back*. The reason for this state of affairs is that back in December, The Flaneurbanite‘s knee threw a tantrum and has since been acting like a total […]