Kevin makes number 11 in the hip hop charts and plans to go on tour! A new career perhaps? Neale’s bleep machine is on fire this week as Kev gets proper irate about politics. Over in photo making land though, we talk Snapseed, destination wedding work, editing on iPads, design foibles, white balance, HDR shooting, sensor cleaning, switching from Nikon to an X-E3 and how wedding photography has changed? The book of the week is the World Atlas of Street Photography and Michael Beecham is our guest talking about putting on his first solo exhibition.

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Today’s guest is Friend of the Show Michael Beecham

Book of the week is The World Atlas of Street Photography

The World Atlas of Street Photography focuses on the abundance of photography that has been created on street corners around the globe; it includes classic documentary street photography, as well as images of urban landscapes, staged performances, and sculptures. In so doing, this compelling reference book locates the meeting point between street photography and atlas, between artists and their personal understanding of our environment, not via a cartographic birds-eye view but through a more intimate, human- centred perspective. From New York to New Delhi, Beijing to Brighton, Havana to Hamburg, and Sydney to Seoul, this magnificently illustrated book presents an international cast of more than one hundred established and emerging contemporary photographers.

Photographers include: Francis Alÿs, Nobuyoshi Araki, Narelle Autio, Uta Barth, Olivo Barbieri, Yto Barrada, Matthew Baum, Dawoud Bey, Peter Bialobrzeski, Birdhead, Julio Bittencourt, Mohamed Bourouissa, Polly Braden, Serge Bratkov, Adam Broomberg, Andrew Bush, Sophie Calle, Edson Chagas, Yasmine Chatila, Oliver Chanarin, Gregory Crewdson, Maciej Dakowicz, Zhang Dali, Luc Delahaye, Philip-Lorca Dicorcia, Hans Eijkelboom, JH Engström, Essop Twins, Weng Fen, Ana Carolina Fernandes, Peter Funch, Bruce Gilden, David Goldblatt, Oscar Fernando Gómez, Paul Graham, Katy Grannan, Sunil Gupta, Cristóbal Hara, Naoya Hatakeyama, Bill Henson, Edi Hirose, Pieter Hugo, Michael Itkoff, Claudia Jaguaribe, Nils Jorgensen, Ahn Jun, Osamu Kanemura, Johnnie Shand Kydd, Nikki S. Lee, Sze Tsung Leong, Vera Lutter, Rut Blees Luxemburg, Melanie Manchot, Jesse Marlow, Mirko Martin, Joel Meyerowitz, Boris Mikhailov, Sabelo Mlangeni, Luis Molina-Pantin, Mimi Mollica, Daido Moriyama, Sohei Nishino, Trent Parke, Martin Parr, Jiang Pengyi, Max Pinckers, Gus Powell, Raghu Rai, Jo Ratcliff, Alisa Resnik, Doug Rickard, Thomas Ruff, Txema Salvans, Viviane Sassen, Tokihiro Sato, Boris Savelev, Slinkachu, Otto Snoek, Trine Søndergaard, Hannah Starkey, Joel Sternfeld, Beat Streuli, Matt Stuart, Mikhael Subotzy, Ying Tang, Guy Tillim, Wolfgang Tillmans, Alexey Titarenko, Cássio Vasconcellos, Nontsikelelo Veleko, Massimo Vitali, Jeff Wall, Gillian Wearing, Alex Webb, Wim Wenders, Richard Wentworth, Graeme Williams, Sue Williamson, Michael Wolf, Shizuka Yokomizo, Yang Yong.

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