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Members' Photography Blogs

Welcome to the ePHOTOzine Members' blogs where you can find all the blog entries from our members.


  • Avatar : Nick_w

    58 “A year in the life”

    For a while I’ve lost my way in photography, life gets in the way. On my 57th birthday I had a bit of a lightbulb moment. Why not create a pure photographic project, a deviation from my “creative work’. 58 “a year in the life”, was born. I had, had ...

  • Avatar : pablophotographer

    Dimitri Soulas exhibition in Gallery AM Tunnel

    Selected pictures from a 36,000 archive of black and white photos shot in 35mm film shot between 1967 and 1974 in West Germany are exhibited in the Gallery AM Tunnel In Luxembourg until 02/10/2016. To get a taste... check the personal website to get...

  • Avatar : ianjan


    "A graphic designer by profession but a photo enthusiast at heart. I aspires to communicate everyday living through my life capturing moments. "

    • Posted by : ianjan
    •  7 May 2014 4:43AM
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  • Avatar : topsyrm

    52 for 2013 Week 40

    It was Saturday and I still didn't have a shot worth posting, then I went into Tavistock Pannier Market in the afternoon totry some "street photography" (I know the market isn't strictly in the street but any port in a storm) when I spotted these fel...

    • Posted by : topsyrm
    •  6 Oct 2013 9:46AM
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  • Avatar : IvanOakthorn

    Street Photography v. Candid Photography

    I think that street photography and candid photography are not different genres. I know that some see street photography a subset of candid photography, and I think that is correct. It's not right to say that they are just two closely related types. ...

  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    Frozen Feet

    After the fishmongers advice to leave, I took up position out of sight and here's another shot I took which seemed to be worth processing.. I learned a few lessons today, not only of human nature but of camera settings and the different effects they ...

  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    A bad day at the office

    Went to the Tuesday market here in Ashington to try my hand at street photography and oh dear me what an experience this turned out to be. As the traders were setting up stalls I wandered over to a fishmonger and asked if it was ok to take a few sna...

  • Avatar : Dave_Henderson

    A plan

    Well, looks like the weather has taken a turn for the better. Tomorrow is market day in Ashington, may just give a try at street photography, something I've not done before. I think it'll be a case of using the 40D and 24-105 lens, the image stabilis...

  • Avatar : Ozzie55

    Typical day out

    Something I enjoy doing when I am out and about with my camera is taking what I call "everyday life scenes". Images that depict what some might say the 'norm', the 'usual', maybe you could even say the 'boring'. But the fact is that it is what peopl...

  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 84: Pushing the limits for low light

    Let’s get this out of the way first. If you’re reading this and you’re not a photographer, you should probably just skip to the pictures. I’m about to lose some of my readers with some technical jargon. Sorry about that. Today you’re going to ...

  • Avatar : keithh

    Street Photography

    Another old blog entry from my Northscape Blogscape Pages The Before We Begin Guide to Street Photography Before we begin you will need some very specific equipment. 1. A Camera – ideally a Leica M8 or Olympus Pen. Bulky SLR users must be ...

  • Avatar : MediumSizeUnavailable

    Just Be Bruce !

    Tom Hoops, who recently joined up with epz, directed me to this link about Bruce Gilden, Magnum Photographer. Have a look and enjoy :) So next time you feel awkward photographing people in the streets, next time you get that uncomfortable feeling th...