Posts in Shows and Reviews
Looking Back - The Cinematography of 'Searching for Bobby Fischer'

Though somewhat overlooked when it originally came out in 1993, Searching for Bobby Fischer is a hidden gem of a film featuring stunning cinematography by Conrad Hall. A must-see for anyone interested in photography and cinematography, Searching for Bobby Fischer is a masterclass in lighting and visual storytelling.

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Looking Back - The Cinematography of Seven

I’ve challenged myself (and my long-suffering wife) to watch/re-watch every film from American Society of Cinematographer’s list of ‘Milestone Films in Cinematography of the 20th Century’. This week we revisited genre defining 'Seven', directed by David Fincher and shot by Darius Khondji. Here are some notes and observations from re-watching this visceral and gripping classic thriller.

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Guardian Masterclass with David Levene

This weekend I had theopportunity to shoot behind-the-scenes at the Field Day Music Festival at Brockwell Park in South London, as part of a Guardian Newspaper 'masterclass' with award-winning Guardian photographer David Levene.

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Switching to the New Cloud Version Adobe Lightroom CC (2017)

Adobe recently introduced an entirely new cloud-based version of Lightroom CC, its popular photo editing and organization software. In this article, I give my first impressions of Lightroom CC and talk about my experience migrating over from the desktop version of Lightroom Classic.

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