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  • Hue Shifts, The Blur of a Wave - Gerard Smith, PhotoShelter

    Date
    30/07/2015

    Gerard Smith is a fine art landscape photographer and designer, based in Portland, Oregon. He is a member of PhotoShelter, the leader in portfolio websites, photo sales, marketing and archiving tools for photographers.

  • theprintspace Interviews Harry Rose, Darwin Magazine

    Date
    29/07/2015

    This week theprintspace talk to Harry Rose, one half of the up-and-coming photography print publication, Darwin Magazine.

  • North Korea, a Life between Propaganda and Reality

    Date
    28/07/2015

    With her series ‘North Korea, a Life between Propaganda and Reality’, Alice Wielinga has combined reality with propaganda, taking her own images of the secretive state and mixing them with traditional paintings. Featured by British Journal of Photography.

  • Hotel Indigo Masterclass - with Thomas Kakareko

    Date
    27/07/2015

    As part of WPO’s partnership with Hotel Indigo, we will host a series of free smartphone photography masterclasses across Europe this summer. Read our interview with Instagram influencer and photographer, Thomas Kakareko, who will be leading the Dusseldorf event.

  • Three Decades of Pictures - Joe McNally, PhotoShelter

    Date
    23/07/2015

    For our latest PhotoShelter interview, we speak to accalimed photographer Joe McNally. His career has spanned 30 years and has included assignments in over 60 countries. He is a member of PhotoShelter, the leader in portfolio websites, photo sales, marketing and archiving tools for photographers.

  • The Vigorous Pursuer of Happiness - theprintspace Interview Curator Stuart Pilkington

    Date
    22/07/2015

    This week theprintspace speak to curator and photographer Stuart Pilkington about his practice, his inspirations and working as a curator in today’s creative industry.

  • Vintage Glamour in East London

    Date
    21/07/2015

    With ‘Vintage Glamour’ Hoxton Mini Press give us the extraordinary photos of Boris Bennett, a Jewish Whitechapel-based studio photographer working from the 1920s to the 1950s. Featured by British Journal of Photography.

  • The Pearls - Carolina Arantes, visura

    Date
    17/07/2015

    "Of course, creative work can be full of ups and downs, as well as providing freedom and joy. But one has to understand that, because you are talking about life itself and the feelings that come with it." We interview visura member, Carolina Arantes.

  • Talking Gravity - Theo Allofs, PhotoShelter

    Date
    16/07/2015

    Theo Allofs, acclaimed wildlife and nature photographer, talks us through the logistics of aerial photography and explains his love of the desert. He is a member of PhotoShelter, the leader in portfolio websites, photo sales, marketing and archiving tools for photographers,

  • The Finality of Print - theprintspace Interviews Dan Wilton

    Date
    15/07/2015

    "I love the finality of print. Even though I predominantly shoot on film, all of my work is still scanned in and I find myself in front of a screen more than I'd like to." theprintspace interviews photographer Dan Wilton.

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