A regular selection from the Birmingham Flickr Community. from suselstahl from Matt Murtagh from Garry Corbett from Nala Rewop
Victor Kills… Virginia are Abi Smith and Joe Whittle who run a photography and design studio based in the Custard Factory “aimed at actors, models, dancers, artist, etc [producing] industry standard photography portfilios and personal websites.” They also do a neat line in cartooning though it’s not clear whether Abi or Joe is responsible for … [Read more…]
A regular selection from the Birmingham Flickr Community. from amortize from thornj from Matt Murtagh from harri b All copyright as applies – click on images for more details. To suggest photos for this feature add them to the best of threads or leave a link in the comment here, and please do as I … [Read more…]
Steve Gerrard is a photographer whose name you’ll have come across if you pay attention to music photography. With 20 years experience in the music industry shooting bands and gigs he currently works freelance for Metal Hammer, NME, Rock Sound and Fused Magazine. Alongside this he’s recently set up a weddings and portraiture business, Steve … [Read more…]
A regular selection from the Birmingham Flickr Community. by harri b by Lee Jordan by amortize by Dumbfunk All copyright as applies. To suggest photos for this feature add them to the best of threads or leave a link in the comment here, and please do as I seem to be posting the same people … [Read more…]
A regular selection from the Birmingham Flickr Community. by suselstahl by eightbaII by ikkio_too by IanJones All copyright as applies. Click through for details.
Tom Tebby, trading as Plimsoul, is a graphic artist and photographer based in Moseley whose work you’ve probably seen on various flyers over the last few years for the likes of Factory and others. His stark and contrasty style mashes up photographs and technical drawings to great effect. Check out his gallery for the good … [Read more…]
Martin John Callanan writes in to say “Most of the work at itakephotos.eu was produced in Birmingham.” He doesn’t say anything else, but that’s probably enough as it’s nice work, crossing the bridge between artistic and documentary. The above, picked somewhat randomly by myself, is titled “It Has Gone Really Cold, 2003”. His personal site, … [Read more…]