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An interview with Mark Simmons

Mark Simmons is an experienced Bristol based photographer who specialises in all manner of things, from creative documentary photography to striking black and white photojournalism pieces. Having been in the business for a while, he's an excellent person to talk to about this powerful medium, and I caught up with him to find out more about how he got into photography, and the experiences he's had along the ...

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An Interview with Second Look

Second Look is a well established photographic society that was founded in 2008. Set up and run by volunteers, they specialise in creative photography and promote this worthy cause through setting up photography showcases that run all over this culturally rich city. Their aim is to promote the profile of photography as an art form and they give photographers throughout Bristol not only workspaces to establi ...

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An interview with Nicholas Pomeroy

  Photo by Nicholas Pomeroy Nicholas Pomeroy is a 24 year old photographer who is based in West London. His style of capturing in-the-moment photographs developed from inspirations in his younger years to snatching snippets of reality out and about with his friends. Perfectly encompassing the joy associated with imagery and emotion, Nicholas told me a little more about his work, and why it's so importa ...

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An interview with Wayne Godwinreid

Wayne Godwinreid is a Bristol based photographer who specialises in photographing weddings and stunning landscapes across the world. His striking and unique work stands out against the stiff-collared side of traditional wedding photography, and I caught up with him to talk about his travels, white dresses and his special love for bicycles. HUNOW: Hi Wayne, tells us a bit about what you do: WAYNE: I'm a Bris ...

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St. Paul’s Darkrooms – One of the Best in the UK

Just a short walk into St. Paul’s stands a three-story building containing one of Bristol’s best kept assets. The St. Paul’s community centre is home to the country’s best public access darkroom. Sessions which are held by Chris Waller, who has been involved in photography for thirty years,  allow the local community to not only develop their own photos, but also experience archaic methods of developing pho ...

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