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Camden Market Street Photography

London Street Photography

A blog by Mark Seymour The best locations in London for Street Photography Speakers Corner Street Photography London Street Photography at its best. Every Sunday from about 2pm, at the east end corner of Marble Arch…

Nagaland photography course

About Nagaland Nagaland is a state in the far north-eastern part of India. It borders Assam to the west and north with Myanmar to the east and It’s home to diverse range of indigenous tribes, with…

Varanasi Street Photography Workshop

Varanasi Street Photography Workshop …. A place like no other  About Varanasi . One of the seven holy cities in India Mark Twain famously said “Varanasi is older than history, older than tradition, older even than…

Kolkata Street Photography workshop

Kolkata…India’s cultural heart Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) is the capital of India’s West Bengal state, originally founded as an East India Company trading post, it was India’s capital under the British Raj from 1773–1911. Today it’s known…

Hanoi Street Photography

Ive recently returned from the street photographers paradise that is Hanoi with five students who came on my course covering street Photography in Hanoi. We stayed at the ideally situated Tu Linh Legend Hotel located in…

Don McCULLIN Exhibition Review

Don McCullin Exhibition at The Tate Modern, London   QUOTE from Don McCullin “I started out in photography accidentally. A policeman came to a stop at the end of my street and a guy knifed him.…

Hope Foundation Photography Workshop

I am very proud of my work with Hope, and every year return to Kolkata to lead a Hope Foundation photography workshop. Included in the course fee is a donation to The Hope Foundation, and as…

Travel Photography Tips

These are all of the things that I do prior and once travelling, but I’d say the most important is preparation before you go 1  Thorough preparation do your homework and lots of detailed research is the first step and vitally important to ensure you get the most from your planned trip 2  Speak to locals, it gets you in places you wouldn’t have dreamt of and opens up many doors 3  Travel light, all my images were taken on a single camera with just a 35mm lens. Probably the greatest lens for the street and with a prime you just…

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