The boys are back in town… cue the song! This week the astounding news that Kev is getting married, but to whom? And why? Did last week’s episode cause this? So many questions! Neale and Kev design their perfect camera, we give a ‘hall pass’ to buy an X100V, discuss camera customisation and talk about your website; are you about to feel the wrath of Google? Can you mix and match old and new video footage to make family stories that are enduring and how technical do you need to be to make such a film? Do we accept bitcoin, how do we deal with Covid discount requests, two cam set ups; should they be identical bodies? The book of the week is a Hoxton Mini Press book; London Nights and our guest is Christopher O’Sullivan talking about shooting and publishing your first book.
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Today’s guest is Christopher O’Sullivan
Christopher talks to us about self-publishing his latest book. You can contact him for more details: [email protected]
London Nights by Hoxton Mini Press
In May 2018 the Museum of London will launch a major new exhibition showcasing both contemporary and historic imagery that explores the capital after hours. Well-known photographers (such as Bill Brandt) will sit alongside lesser-known artists who explore the dreamy, threatening and shadowy world of the city after the sun goes down. The book will contain essays, poetry and over 100 images from the exhibition that span the genres of architectural, documentary and portrait photography.
Some other stuff we chat about this week
- Google Console
- James Soules suggestion of the Latam project:
- The wonderful Olio App.
- Alex Frederickson gets a mention in the interview for being an inspiration.
- The book company Chris talks about as his publisher for the project: https://youloveprint.co.uk/