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Photographer David Nightingale talks to us about Chromasia and Redeye Academy

We caught up with David and Libby Nightingale of Chromasia to give you a taste of what to expect in our new Redeye Academy workshops.

Photographers share their funding advice: Interview with Phenomena Collective

In this blog series, we explore the various ways in which collectives and individuals have financed their projects.  

Landscape

Photographers share their funding advice: Interview with Nicola Shipley

In this blog series, we explore the various ways in which collectives and individuals have financed their projects.  

Man installing exhibtion

Photographers share their funding advice: Interview with Simon Bray and Tom Musgrove

In this blog series, we explore the various ways in which collectives and individuals have financed their projects.  

Twilight landscape with illuminated building in distance.

Photographers share their funding advice: Interview with Emilia Telese

In this blog series, we explore the various ways in which collectives and individuals have financed their projects.  

Circle of people congregating on the beach

Entering photo competitions

It's a popular time of year for photographers to gather their work together and think about entering awards and competitions. Redeye's director Paul Herrmann gives some guidelines.

Running race

Redeye staff's photo-books and exhibitions of 2016

If you are looking for last minute gift ideas or inspiration to kick start the year ahead, the Redeye team and colleagues have got you covered as we reflect on some personal favourites among photo-books and exhibitions of 2016.

Highlights of Paris Photo 2016

Our new Marketing and Communications Co-ordinator Katrina Houghton and Research Assistant Bryan Beresford re-visit their highlights from Paris Photo 2016.

Are you really doing what you want?

Redeye’s director Paul Herrmann writes about the significance of business models for photographers and artists.

Every so often we survey and interview working photographers to find out how they are doing - to see if they have got enough fulfilling work and a reasonable income. There’s consistently a small minority who say that things are going very well. This was true even through the depths of the recession. 

What are they doing that is different to the majority who say that things are difficult? What do they all have in common?

Photo: Paul Crudgington

Redeye member Rachael Burns shares her top picks from Brighton Photo Biennial and Brighton Photo Fringe

Photographer and member Rachael Burns visited Brighton Photo Biennial and Brighton Photo Fringe for Redeye. Here she selects some of her favourite exhibitions.

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