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Joshua Turner reports back from DIY Publishing Masterclass with Rob Hornstra

Missed out on our DIY Publishing Masterclass with Rob Hornstra? In this article, Joshua Turner reports back from the event and compiles Hornstra's top tips on funding and publishing photographic stories.

1000 Words | 10 Years: An Interview with Tim Clark

Redeye is delighted to share our interview with the founder and editor of 1000 Words, Tim Clark, covering the 10th anniversary of the publication and the current Kickstarter campaign to publish their first print magazine to celebrate this milestone. 

The Photography Show 2018: Top tips for pros

In this guest blog, The Photography Show share their top ten recommendations for pros attending this year's event.

Digital Detox: Tin Type photography with Michele Selway

As Redeye Academy returns this month with Digital Detox (Tin Type), Michele Selway answers FAQs for this event and discusses the appeal of traditional printing methods in the digital age.  

Exhibition review: Pelé: Art, Life, Football at The National Football Museum

Guest editor Peter Barker reviews Pelé: Art, Life, Football which is on show at the National Football Museum until 4 March 2018. ​

Redeye Talent: Tim Gamble

In this feature, we introduce you to photographic artist, light painting expert and Redeye member Tim Gamble.

© Tim Gamble

Joshua Turner reports back from Meeting Point Conference 2018

Meeting Point, a photographic conference by the University of Salford in collaboration with Redeye, the Photography Network with a focus on collaboration and networking, was held on the 18th and 19th of January

© Joshua Turner, 2018

Pricing and selling photographic prints

Redeye's director Paul Herrmann writes about selling photographic prints: how to select, price and edition them.

A booth at Paris Photo

Redeye staff pick of the books and exhibitions of the year

The photographic books and exhibitions that were the favourites of various Redeye staff and friends in 2017.

Exhibition review: Gordon Parks, A Choice of Weapons at SIDE Gallery

Guest editor Peter Barker reviews Gordon Parks: A Choice of Weapons. Curated by Mark Sealy; developed as a partnership between Side Gallery, Autograph ABP & The Gordon Parks Foundation.

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