Level horizons are really just the tip of a critical iceberg. Here’s why you should consider going straight.
This year, a new camera has changed the way I take pictures. I’ll not break the habit of a lifetime – this won’t be a camera review – so this is all about how you see.
Three years ago I started a personal project. I set out to photograph all the crossings, ancient and modern, across the River Tweed between Kelso and Berwick upon Tweed. This is the story so far – and what happens next.
Its the middle the day in the middle of summer. The sun’s shining and you’re out with a bunch of friends intent on taking some photographs. And the light’s dreadful. What to do?
George Barr’s approach is to take 52 images from photographers both well- and less well-known. We come away with an armoury of potential approaches to reviewing our own or other peoples’ photography.