Today, the new 18mm lens, who is it for? Have you made a business bible and if you haven’t why you should.
Kev turns out to be a royal photographer, are iPhone 12 shots good enough for large format printing?
Our guest this week is Jennifer McCord and we think she has one of the best photography jobs in the world.
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Today’s guest is Jennifer McCord
Jenny McCord is insanely talented music, documentary and portrait photographer based in the UK.
Hidden Lens Emmy Andriesse
Emmy Andriesse (1914 1953) is one of the most important 20th century women photographers, best known for her indelible portrayal of Amsterdams Hunger Winter of 1944 1945, now emblematic of civilian suffering during the Second World War. Andriesse was born into a liberal Dutch Jewish family. She was trained at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague under the aegis of Gerrit Kiljan and Paul Schuitema who pioneered the New Photography, based on Bauhaus principles as well as encouraging students to experiment with its role as a documentary medium. Her rigorous yet sensitive approach enabled her to produce images of unusual poetic power, while her versatile fashion, documentary, portrait and landscape photographs reveal her curiosity about her fellow human beings and sense of beauty in the world around her.
A few more things we discuss this week
We talked about funny air traffic control stuff, like this: