Month: October 2015

My career in photojournalism

Andrew Hasson has been a photojournalist for about 30 years and in this period he has seen a huge change in his professional field. In the early days photojournalists earned good money and most working for newspapers were...

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World Zombie Day

In aid of St Mungo’s Homeless Charity – where the ‘Undead’ walk the streets of London. The experience was both fun and terrifying in equal measures. I have never taken any ‘street’ portraits – so this was a perfect walk for me,...

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Mono Print Competition 1

The first Mono Print Club competition of the season, with our judge for the evening Helene Rogers FRPS. There were a large number of entries in each of the three categories tonight – with an even larger variety of subject...

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Judging Images

Tips on Judging, critiquing and self-assessing photographs In a photographic competition what does a judge look for in an image? Graeme Wales LRPS led the evening. He is a great photographer and member of the Cheam Camera Club....

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