Street Photography

'Immersive Travel' In the East End, Where Every Street Has a Side-Story

Jon Wilks | Posted 18.02.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Jon Wilks

If 2015 was the 'Year of Mobile', then 2016 is the 'Year of the Experience'. While the rest of the digital world talks about the rise of artificial intelligence (rightly so, of course), a future-facing report by travel industry observers, PSKF, identified the coming of 'intimate intelligence'.

A Game of Cat and Mouse: Finding Vivian Maier

Christine de Leon | Posted 21.09.2014 | UK Entertainment
Christine de Leon

Her current notoriety is due almost entirely to the producers of the film John Maloof and Charlie Siskel. They are obsessed with digging up her personal history to find out why she never entered the canon of great street photographers sanctioned by the art world establishment.

2013 Urban Photographer of the Year

Posted 11.10.2013 | UK

From the grit and grime of everyday life to the towering spectacular heights of the Petronas Towers, the CBRE's 2013 Urban Photographer of the Year Co...

Street Photography While Travelling

Stuart Forster | Posted 25.03.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Stuart Forster

Street photography can be enjoyable way of exploring a destination while you travel. It can also help you get away from touristy attractions to experience 'real life' in the places you visit.

Strange Moments Captured By Google Street View

The Huffington Post UK | Alice E. Vincent | Posted 25.07.2012 | Home

When we discovered artist Jon Rafman's amazing Google Street View shots earlier this year, we couldn't get enough. So we were pretty excited to fi...

The Faces of Occupy: A Man Commonly Known as Dom

Paul Davey | Posted 06.05.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Paul Davey

Occupy's St Paul's camp is no more. It was evicted in the early hours of 28 February - and now that it has gone, it's so much easier to see the value to Occupy of the camp and its location.

The Faces of Occupy: Des

Paul Davey | Posted 29.04.2012 | Home
Paul Davey

In the early hours of 28 February 2012, the bailiffs and the police moved in on the Occupy LSX camp at St Paul's Cathedral. Several small skirmishes and several arrests later, the camp is gone. I was not there - I am not a news photographer - but I do feel a sort of sadness.