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and I’m sure this is the case for can pick them up for closer scrutiny, take them to
© Anthony Roberts many of you too, is going to the window to see them in daylight, feel the quality
photographic exhibitions. To of the paper and smell the ink. It’s special.
spend time looking, enjoying, This is what we proudly present to the judges.
really seeing beautiful prints This is the ultimate in photography, the finished
framed and displayed on the wall. It’s a time for print. And, in an era of throwaway and disposable
engaging fully with the photographer and discovering imagery, isn’t that something to be proud of?
what it is that they are saying, what they want to I don’t think I’ll ever stop loving photographic
reveal to the viewer. It’s an exceptional experience. prints, however many viewing devices are invented,
And that’s why I love the fact that here at exciting though they may be. I have prints on my
Black+White we run one of the few competitions walls that I will never part with, done by some of the
that ask the shortlisted candidates to submit prints. photographers I most admire, but more than that –
The Black+White Photographer of the Year 2015 they have come to mean something to me and have
has just launched and it’s a time that generates become part of my life, and who I am.
real excitement in the office. Looking at pictures I don’t think we should let printing go, I think we
Elizabeth Roberts, Editor on a screen is one experience – and a good one at should develop the skills and give it the time that is
[email protected] that – but when the shortlisted prints arrive that’s needed to learn how to do it well.
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Known on B+W’s Twitter feed for
posting his creative urban street shots,
Roj Whitelock’s picture Run is a strong
addition to his portfolio. With a dynamic
composition that helps to draw us into
the photograph, Roj used an Olympus
OM-D EM-1 camera and a Zuiko Pro 12- 01
40mm lens. This picture was taken one B+W
evening this summer in Norwich.
© David Hixon
OUTLET Follow Roj on Twitter: @rojwhitelock
David Hixon’s exquisite image Outlet was taken
near his home at Goodrington Beach, Devon.
Combining his artistic eye with a long exposure
and two lens filters, David has captured a
mesmerising monochrome seascape. He used
a Nisi 100 ND filter and a Kood 09 Gradient
filter on his Canon 5D MkII.
© Roj Whitelock
© Andy Davidson
As photographers we normally stay
behind the lens, keeping our faces out
of shot and letting the way we see the
world reveal a part of us instead. Andy
Davidson’s intriguing image shows how
© Steve Unsworth
it’s just as important to experiment with
A PHOTOGRAPH WE LOVE
taking self-portraits. Turning the camera
Having his Leica M6 camera close to hand at Germany’s Sinsheim Auto & Technik Muesum around makes us consider how we choose
recently, Steve Unsworth took this photograph of motorcycles. Using the silhouette look to to represent ourselves.
full effect, Steve’s image works perfectly in black & white. See more of Andy’s work here:
Follow Steve on Twitter: @stunsworth flickr.com/photos/dan_gleebitz
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© National Media Museum, Bradford
Black & white photographer
Matt Black has been made a
Magnum Nominee at the prestigious
photo agency. Black, who grew
up in California, explores themes
of migration, farming and poverty
in his work and was named Time
Magazine Instagram Photographer
of the Year in 2014.
A day of photography talks is
in store at the University of Warwick
on 20 September. The event,
organised by the Royal Photographic
Society, features Joe Cornish,
Photoshop artist Steve Caplin and
B+W contributor Eddie Ephraums.
Visitors can also hear talks on colour
management, mono and colour
04 printing, Lightroom and Photoshop.
Portrait of Christina, 1913, by Lieutenant Colonel Mervyn O'Gorman, the Royal Photographic Society Collection.
Saturday Night at the Movies
is the theme for this year’s MYSTERY REVEALED
Student Photographer of the Year.
The Harman/Ilford competition
invites photography students to
submit images that inspire them The mystery surrounding the identity of a young Museum in Bradford. It was spotted by retired
of a scene from a film. Deadline: woman in a historic photograph has been revealed. technician Stephen Riddle, who contacted Colin
31 January 2016. The picture of a girl called Christina is an early to say he had a set of stereoscopic slides by
colour photograph by Mervyn O’Gorman. Despite Mervyn O’Gorman.
its modern look, the photograph was taken in The slides feature colour autochrome pictures
The best in contemporary
1913. B+W contributor Colin Harding wrote about not previously seen by anyone at the museum.
photojournalism goes on display
it in B+W 169, saying initially the girl was thought Captions refer to Edwyn and Daisy Bevan along
at Perpignan in France from
29 August to 13 September. to be O’Gorman’s daughter, but research showed with their children Anne and Christina. The
The 27th Festival of International he had no children. pictures were taken at West Lulworth in Dorset
Photojournalism features The image was used as the promotional picture and Chelsea Embankment in London.
exhibitions by top news for Drawn By Light, the major exhibition of Colin said, ‘It was a genuine thrill to see these
photographers plus talks
pictures from the Royal Photographic Society images. After all the recent attention Christina had
archive curated by Colin that ran recently at the been getting I hoped they would give us sufficient
Media Space in London and the National Media clues to finally confirm her identity. It turns out
More than 140 photography
Christina wasn’t O’Gorman’s daughter. Indeed, she
galleries will show work at this
wasn’t a relative – either close or distant.’
year’s Paris Photo. The world’s
largest art fair for photography is Christina Bevan (1897-1981) was the daughter of
at the Grand Palais in Paris from Edwyn Bevan, a philosopher, writer and lecturer in
12 to 15 November. Hellenistic Studies at King’s College London. The
parisphoto.com family lived at Chelsea Embankment, not far from
Canon equipment worth £5,000 the O’Gorman’s home at Embankment Gardens.
is on offer in the annual Lombard Colin said: ‘Whatever the link, both families
manufacturing photography were clearly on friendly, first name terms.
competition. Photographs can cover
Christina, Daisy and Anne, walking to the beach in Certainly, the friendship was sufficient for Mervyn
traditional or high-tech sectors.
West Lulworth – the location of Christina’s portrait to accompany Daisy and her two daughters on a
Deadline: 30 September.
shots, August 1913. Picture by Mervyn O’Gorman, trip to Lulworth Cove in August 1913, where he
courtesy of Stephen Riddle. took portraits of Christina.’
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French photographer Claude
Iverné has been named winner
of the €35,000 HCB Award 2015. ON THE PHONE
The biennial prize is given by
DxO has unveiled a high quality
Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson
camera that attaches directly to
to fund a photo project. Previous
the iPhone. The DxO One features
winners include Chris Killip, Josef a 20.2Mp sensor and f/1.8 lens.
Koudelka and Vanessa Winship. It offers full manual mode and
henricartierbresson.org uses the iPhone display as the
camera’s viewfinder. Price: £499.
© Victoria and Albert Museum, London dxo.com
Life Guards S. Raper, Sidney Crockett and William H. Beckham,
13 September 1915 by Christina Broom.
Pictures by the UK’s first the exposure she deserves.’
female press photographer are Soldiers and Suffragettes: The
on display at the Museum of Photography of Christina Broom
London Docklands. runs until 1 November.
Christina Broom became
the family breadwinner when Permajet has withdrawn its Fibre
her husband was injured in a Based Warmtone and Double
Sided Portrait papers. The two
cricket accident in 1903. She
papers have been replaced by
Fibre Based Gold Silk 315gsm and
Whisper of the Muse by events in London and sold them
Double Sided Portfolio 230gsm.
Julia Margaret Cameron, 1865. as postcards. By the time of her
death in 1939 she had taken
IN CELEBRATION 05
around 40,000 pictures.
Plans are underway to celebrate The exhibition features
the bicentenary of one of the photographs of suffragettes, First
most innovative photographers World War soldiers, royal events
of the 19th century. and sporting occasions, as well as
Julia Margaret Cameron was letters, notebooks and a cuttings
born in 1815 and became a bold album. Sharon Ament, director
and experimental photographer of the Museum of London, said: Christina and Winifred Broom,
whose portraits helped define ‘This retrospective gives Broom unknown photographer, c.1915.
the Victorian age.
The V&A in London will
celebrate her work with an LOMO ART LENS
exhibition, Julia Margaret
Lomography has launched a
Cameron, featuring more than
Kickstarter campaign for the New
100 pictures, including portraits
Petzval 58 Bokeh Control Art Lens.
of Alfred Lord Tennyson and
The lens has a 58mm focal length
Charles Darwin plus some of and an aperture range of f/1.9 to
her most experimental work. f/16. It will be available in Canon
The exhibition runs from and Nikon mounts and is expected
28 November to 21 February. to be released in December.
Meanwhile the Science lomography.com
Museum’s Media Space hosts
Julia Margaret Cameron: OVERLAPPING
Influence and Intimacy from Pictures that explore the overlap
24 September to 28 March. The between photography and the
show features 94 images Cameron © Bhar Dipayan moving image are on display at
Families are Living Under the Bridge by Bhar Dipayan.
compiled for her friend, the the Wapping Project Bankside in
astronomer Sir John Herschel, as UNDER THE BRIDGE London until 21 August. Work by
Lillian Bassman, Elina Brotherus,
well as rare pictures and objects.
Deborah Turbeville and Thomas
A series of events will also be This black & white picture by Indian photographer Bhar Dipayan won
Zanon-Larcher are on show.
held at Cameron’s former home, him the Atkins CIWEM Young Environmental Photographer of the
Dimbola Museum and Galleries Year 2015. An exhibition of winning pictures from the competition is
on the Isle of Wight. at Grizedale Forest Visitor Centre in Cumbria until 7 September.
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