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Working Through Change: Mark Pinder

Due to the pandemic, many photographers have had to change the way in which they work in order to sustain a living. In this series of blog posts by Redeye's Rosie Dale, we celebrate the adaptability and resiliance of the photographic community during this past year, and highlight some of those that have sucessfully altered their business models, or tried something new, to continue working during what is now the new normal of the photography industry. 

 

Black and white image of a man walking to his bike at the top of a beach. The bike is resting on a large concrete block and the man carries a large sack over his shoulder. It seems like quite a dreary day and the sand on the ground looks more like mud.

COVID-19 Case Study: Giya Makondo-Wills

Our COVID-19 Case Studies explore the different ways the photographic community is working and staying connected through the pandemic. If you would like to submit a Case Study get in touch via chat@redeye.org.uk for more information. 

 

Black and white photo of a toddler walking across the room of a nursery. The child is wearing a coat and is blurred in the picture due to the movement. There are tables and chairs set up in small groups around the room. There are drawers and shelves around the perimeter of the room and displays on the wall.

Working Through Change: Elaine Duigenan

Due to the pandemic, many photographers have had to change the way in which they work in order to sustain a living. In this series of blog posts by Redeye's Rosie Dale, we celebrate the adaptability and resiliance of the photographic community during this past year, and highlight some of those that have sucessfully altered their business models, or tried something new, to continue working during what is now the new normal of the photography industry. 

 

Image shows a black and white print of an 1833 watercolour portrait of a young women. There are dried flowers layered around the lady's face and more scattered around the print ready to be placed on.

COVID-19 Case Study: Holly Houlton

Our COVID-19 Case Studies explore the different ways the photographic community is working and staying connected through the pandemic. If you would like to submit a Case Study get in touch via chat@redeye.org.uk for more information. 

 

Image shows sunlight shining through overgrown trees and shrubs. It illuminates the leaves in the foreground of the image, making them a bright lime green colour.

Working Through Change: Mads Peter Iversen

Due to the pandemic, many photographers have had to change the way in which they work in order to sustain a living. In this series of blog posts by Redeye's Rosie Dale, we celebrate the adaptability and resiliance of the photographic community during this past year, and highlight some of those that have sucessfully altered their business models, or tried something new, to continue working during what is now the new normal of the photography industry. 

 

Image shows a landscape of the Faroe Islands at sunset. There is a small winding road making its way towards the sea at the bottom of a valley. the two peaks of the valley frame each side of the image and in the middle of the frame there is a small island in the ocean.

COVID-19 Case Study: Harry Pseftoudis

Our COVID-19 Case Studies explore the different ways the photographic community is working and staying connected through the pandemic. If you would like to submit a Case Study get in touch via chat@redeye.org.uk for more information. 

 

Photo on the left shows a family standing on the doorstep of their house, The man has his arm around the lady's waist and their young daughter stands in front of both of them wearing a sundress. The image on the right shows a lady stood in a storage area surrounded shelves of plants, candles and vases. She is holding a hot drink and her dog sits on the floor next to her, both looking at the camera.

Working Through Change: Emily Marcovecchio

Due to the pandemic, many photographers have had to change the way in which they work in order to sustain a living. In this series of blog posts by Redeye's Rosie Dale, we celebrate the adaptability and resiliance of the photographic community during this past year, and highlight some of those that have sucessfully altered their business models, or tried something new, to continue working during what is now the new normal of the photography industry. 

 

Image shows a female singer on stage performing. She is wearing a bright yellow playsuit and leaning forwards towards the crowd. She has the microphone held to her face in one hand and her other hand is outstretched towards the crowd.

COVID-19 Case Study: Rachel Wallace

Our COVID-19 Case Studies explore the different ways the photographic community is working and staying connected through the pandemic. If you would like to submit a Case Study get in touch via chat@redeye.org.uk for more information.

Image shows a funeral procession through a field full of long grass and wild flowers. At the front there is a man leading the procession all in black, followed closely behind by another man leading a piebald horse, which is pulling a blue and red cart carrying the coffin.

Working Through Change: Chris Dalton

Due to the pandemic, many photographers have had to change the way in which they work in order to sustain a living. This is a new section of the blog where we want to celebrate the adaptability and resiliance of the photographic community during this past year and highlight some of those that have sucessfully altered their business models, or tried something new, to continue working during what is now the new normal of the photo industry. 

 

Image on the left shows a view of the inside of the Natural History Museum in London empty of people. The image on the right shows the skyline of London with the Shard prominent in the middle of the image. It is at sunset, with the sky in shades of purple and orange and the lights of the city visible in the buildings below.

COVID-19 Case Study: Nat Wilkins

Our COVID-19 Case Studies explore the different ways the photographic community is working and staying connected through the pandemic. If you would like to submit a Case Study get in touch via chat@redeye.org.uk for more information.

 

A montage of views from windows taken by Participants of the Home Time project. There are five images on a black background, most showing rural fields with stone walls encased within the window frame. One image shows a lady peering through a window and waving and another shows two long terraced back gardens with the neighbour standing in their garden.
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