Posted 11 September 2018
It’s 70 years since the great photojournalist Denis Thorpe started working in newspapers. He celebrates this anniversary with a new exhibition and book, both called A View from the North. Redeye’s Paul Herrmann talked to him about his career.
“It was fantastic to have started with this small camera and with it actually get that moment in time. The thrill, the satisfaction, to be able to capture atmosphere and emotion even in dreary half-light…” - Denis Thorpe
Posted 10 September 2018
We were very sad to learn of the death of Nitin-Kumar Patel, who served on Redeye’s board of directors from 2015 to 2017. He died on 27th August 2018 at the age of 56, after a three-month illness.
Nitin began his working life as a youth and community worker, then a probation officer and social worker. His natural flair for balance, fairness and public service saw him progress in the staff association for probation officers. He became National Chair of the Association of Black Probation Officers in 2001, and then Vice Chair of the National Association of Probation Officers.
Posted 28 August 2018
Saddleworth Moor is a landscape that is engrained in the psyche of British history for all the wrong reasons. A macabre burial ground chosen by child killers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley to conceal at least three of their victims over 50 years ago. But in Matthew Murray’s recent exhibition and publication ‘Saddleworth – Responding To A Landscape,’ Murray has allowed us to engage with the landscape diffusing our uneasiness to its dark history and replacing it with a stunning visual narrative and a desire to absorb it’s dark and dignified magnitude.
Posted 24 July 2018
By Josh Turner
On any given day, walking the streets of Manchester, you could be subject to an experience of immediate intrusion, just for a moment, after which all quickly becomes calm again.
Posted 4 June 2018
To mark the launch of Yan Wang Preston's KickStarter campaign we asked our resident volunteer writer, Joshua Turner, to find out more about the project Mother River.
Yan Wang Preston applies method to madness in Mother River, which spans the 6,211km Yangtze River.
Posted 11 May 2018
Guest editor Peter Barker reviews Peter Lavery's Circus Work at The Harley Gallery, which is now showing at The Royal West of England Academy (RWA) in Bristol until 3 June 2018.
Posted 10 April 2018
Missed out on Redeye Academy: Upgrade your Images not your Camera last month? In this article, Joshua Turner reports back from the workshop and compiles the advice of David Nightingale and Paul Herrmann on improving the quality of your photographs without spending a fortune on equipment.
Posted 28 March 2018
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.
Posted 22 February 2018
In this guest blog, The Photography Show share their top ten recommendations for pros attending this year's event.
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