Thursday, November 30, 2006
The life of a photo-journalist
Self portrait taken in Scarborough harbour. I had to stand still for what seemed ages while listening for the shutter to close. Hence the static pose, which worked out quite well in the end.
Friend, writer and fellow photographer, David Toyne, has posted a superb interview he did with renowned photo-journalist Jonathan Taylor.
Jonathan shares many interesting insights into his work, ethics and experience. This is good stuff. Well worth a read. And I am delighted that I was able to help David a little with preparation for the interview.
While on the subject of David's writing you should also take a look at his recent interview with top wildlife photographer, Andy Rouse.
Posted by Paul Indigo at 23:58