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Seen in Westminster - London Street Photography - Refugees Welcome
13th September 2015
Seen in Westminster after the London protest march, rally on 12th September 12, 2015. A Refugees Welcome rally sign discarded in a red telephone box.

Giant Polar Bear in London - People vs Shell protest
11th September 2015
Doing my small bit for ‪‎Greenpeace‬.

There's a giant mechanical polar bear named Aurora, stationed outside the ‪#Shell‬ HQ building, London, protesting against Artic drilling.

#‎articroar‬ ‪#‎stopdrilling‬ ‪#‎peoplevsshell‬
Beginner photo walks - London street photography
09th September 2015
Today was one of a set of four sets of beginner street photography walk events I have announced on my We Shoot People Meetup group page.

The group now has over 1950 members. A small group of us meet in Soho, London for 'Street Safari 1', this evening to shoot the Soho street life that is always great around the area.

The next 3 events will be based around Soho, Mayfair & Covent Garden, with future events in the City too.

To RSVP, simply join group by clicking the link above and sign up to one of the forthcoming photo walk events.

There will also be some intermediate level street photography photo walks being announced too, including one that is already live and set for Sunday, 20th September in Brick Lane area.

For all enquiries including 1-2-1 London street photography workshops, please get in touch via my contact page.

Photo-bombed in Shoreditch - London Street Photography
08th September 2015
A mischievous police officer decided to photobomb this street portrait photography shoot I did in Shoreditch, East London. The funny thing is I didn't notice until I loaded my camera memory card into my computer and viewed the image!

Seen in Shoreditch - London Street Photography
07th September 2015
Seen in Shoreditch - London Street Photography. East End Dog travelling in style, in his own 'pimp my ride' custom-made pram!

Seen in St. Paul's - London Street Photography
05th September 2015
Seen written on the window of a barbershop near St. Paul's in London.

Street Photography - Limited Edition prints
04th September 2015
So its coming up to my 6th year of what initially started as a hobby of street photography turning into a much bigger project, bigger than I expected, which has lead to some wonderful experiences and opportunities.
I thought I would commemorate my journey (so far) with some limited edition photography prints! I picked my favourite 20 images from my travels to London, Paris, Berlin & New York, each will have an edition of 50. I will hand sign, title & number each photo print on the mount and seal it in a protective cello bag as shown in my YouTube video below.

Each photo print is sized 9 x 6" on either matt or gloss Fuji archival professional photographic paper (which lasts a lifetime!), personally custom made by me with white, acid-free front mount & backboard. Complete item size is A4 (21.0 x 29.7cm, 8.27 x 11.69 inches)

These limited edition street photography prints are now available to order via my Etsy page. If you are interested in a purchase, please go direct to my Etsy shop page.

Check out my latest YouTube video to see what they finished item looks like.

Seen in Westbourne Grove - London Street Photography
04th September 2015
Go home signs, you're drunk.

Still some crap laying around in West London from the bank holiday weekend, Notting Hill Carnival.

Seen in Notting Hill Gate - London Street Photography
03rd September 2015
Seen in Notting Hill Gate, London.

Seen in Brick Lane - London Street Photography
01st September 2015
Seen in Brick Lane, London. An occupied Shoreditch hipster sitting at a window seat of a cafe, advertising for an experienced barista, c/o Michael Jackson and E.T photo may possibly receive a lot of applicants.

Cafe Art 2016 My London Calendar - Kickstarter
01st September 2015
Cafe Art connects those affected by homelessness with the community through art. I started volunteering for Cafe Art as a photographer towards mid 2014 and was overwhelmed by the passion from both the organisers and artists themselves. In July this year I was happy to get involved again from the beginning of their 2015 campaign and was one of the team leader volunteers who helped give out the 100 Fuji single-use cameras to the participants.

Some 80 cameras were returned and 2,500 images were developed. The selection was whittled down to 20 images by a selection panel including FujiFilm, Amateur Photographer magazine, The London Photo Festival, Christie’s and Homeless Link. These 20 images were displayed at Spitalfields Art Market in August for a week. The public were asked to vote for their top 3 photos for the Cafe Art 2016 My London Calendar. The public spoke and more than 2,400 votes were received. The final selection was made for the 12 official photos to be printed in the forthcoming Cafe Art 2016 calendar.

Through their Kickstarter campaign which launched on 20th August 2015. It costs £10,000 to print up the 5,000 calendars they need. I am so chuffed to see that the project has gone viral around the world that they have smashed their modest goal of £4,500 and have already reached over £10,527 as of 1st September, thanks to 551 backers, still with 18 days to go!

Want to help? Pre-order this high quality calendar through their Kickstarter website for the online backer price of £9.00 and help support the Cafe Art team and those affected by homelessness.

Great work Paul and Michael, congrats to all the photographers, the many other volunteers - all your hard work is paying off! See you guys again very soon!

Photo by ROL

Photo by Desmond

Photo by David Tovey

Photo by Ellen Rostant

Photo by XO

Photo by Ioanna Zakana

Photo by Goska Calik

Photo by Ellen Rostant

Photo by Goska Calik

Photo by Zilvinas Vaiteikunas

Photo by Maciek Walorsk

Photo by Ceci
Edge of Humanity Magazine - Essay feature
02nd August 2015
Check out my feature in Edge of Humanity magazine - B&W Street Photography Essay.

Edge of Humanity online magazine selected 10 of their favourite pics to share from my portfolio. Here are some of their picks....

Cafe Art 2016 - My London Calendar - Fuji camera hand out
03rd July 2015
I again volunteered my services with the fantastic homeless charity Cafe Art. This time I signed up as a team leader to help sign up and hand out 100 single-use Fuji disposable cameras to 100 participants affected by homelessness, and taking part in this years calendar photo contest. The theme 'My London' based around London urban/street photography.

Click here to see more images

The morning event was held at The Crypt, St. Paul's Cathedral. Cafe Art are currently doing workshops with art groups run by homelessness sector charities and participants will come from all over London on the day. Participants have three days to take the photos before returning the camera to us to develop. Over the past two years we have raised more then £45,000 directly for the participants and art groups and to fund the framing of art by people affected by homelessness.

It is always a honour to help out and I look forward to seeing the photographic entries in a few weeks!
28th May 2015
The Interactive Design Institute asked me to participate in an article for their blog page. I was asked to submit a top tip on capturing the perfect street photography shot, to help up and coming street photographers.

Check out the article here:

“My top tip if you’re after the perfect street shot? A good basic formula to start is all about the three Cs: Content, Composition, Critical Timing! Not having all three will most likely make for a weaker shot. So, the challenge is to obtain all three in one image!

“When it comes to reviewing your images for upload, be quite picky in your critique. Answer these questions: is the content and subject interesting or strong enough to hold the viewer? Is the composition clean and free from any distracting clutter? Am I at the right angle or perspective? Did I press the shutter button at the perfect time to capture the decisive and/or poignant moment? If you’ve answered yes to these questions, then you most likely have a cool street shot!”
London Photo Festival - May 2015
15th May 2015
The organisers of the London Photo Festival invited me to participate in this May's exhibition which launched with a private view on Wednesday, 13th May at The Crypt gallery, St George the Martyr Church) Borough High Street, SE1

Today I organised a We Shoot People Meetup Group Event social to coincide with their 'Click N' Clique' evening.

Last day to visit the exhibition is Saturday, 16th May. Pop by!

Thanks to Lena for the photos!
BBC Radio 4 - Digital Human 'People Watching'
04th May 2015
I talk a little about street photography in this BBC 4 series 'Digital Human' 'Rear Window' about people watching whilst on a photo walk with the producers in Soho, London.

You can listen to the whole 30 min audio here:
Series 7, Episode 4 called 'Rear Window'

"Aleks Krotoski explores the basic human impulse of people watching. We are aware how we perform when we know we are being looked at online but hear little about those watching."
BBC Radio 4 street photography feature
21st April 2015
Just back from a photo-walk / Q&A audio interview thingie with BBC Radio 4 writers, for a feature they're doing on 'people watching in the digital age'.

After meeting at cafe, we made our way towards Soho Square. It was a sunny day and so the Square was heaving with locals on their lunch breaks as we strolled amongst them snapping photos.

I don't know how much content they will use, but it was a lot of fun (and a bit weird) being asked lots of interesting questions by someone, another holding a furry microphone in my face, whilst 'covertly' trying to get some candid street shots!!

Details of the BBC Radio 4 feature to follow in a few weeks.

London Photo Festival - Architecture / Street Photography exhbition
20th April 2015
I have submitted a last minute entry into this May's London Photo Festival. The theme if you don't know is 'Architecture'. However the LPF organisers have decided entries with a street photography architectural element are also welcome. So I rummaged through my portfolio to see if I had anything suitable and found this geometrical, architecture street image which they approved. So had it blown up to A2 (approx 70 x 50cm) on metallic print.

Got it back from the printers today and framed it up ready to go! If you want to get your hands on a print early, you can order one from my Etsy shop!

I'm looking forward to seeing all the architecture themed images at the exhibition at The Crypt gallery between 13th - 16th May 2015.

If you are part of my We Shoot People - street photography Meetup group, I have created a Meetup event if you fancy joining a few of us there. - Light Chaser exhibition - Private View evening
09th April 2015
After months of curation and deliberation the final 12 photos were chosen and picked to be part of, Light Chaser themed street photography exhibition at The Greenwich Gallery. Last night, Wednesday, 8th April was launch day, and kicked off with the Private View evening and a successful night it was!

There are 12 physical images on exhibit, beautifully framed on the gallery walls & 15 digital images displayed via a large monitor.

Congrats to: Vadims Timoskins, Jianhua Siew, Saul Perryman, Benjamin Nwaneampeh, Kant Rathod, Michael Fraser, Emilie Houwat, Georgie Pauwels,Ignasi Raventos, Sherion Mullings, Chris Potter & Svilen Nachev!

Many of the finalists themselves attended, (including digital finalist Nabil Tazi who came all the way from Stockholm!) plus a large turn out of guests to this rather charming gallery 5 mins walk from Greenwich station.

The Light Chaser exhibition itself is on until 22 April 2015. Check it out, well worth a visit if you are in the area:
Address: The Greenwich Gallery, Linear House, Peyton Place, London SE10 8RS. Admission is free.

Thanks to The Greenwich Gallery owner Tony Othen & Praveen of for putting the Private View evening together.

 Light Chaser Exhibition - The Greenwich Gallery
26th March 2015
For the past 5 months I have curating the street photography entries submitted to for the exhibition coming up on April 8th - 22nd at The Greenwich Gallery.

The street photography theme I chose was called Light Chaser and as the name implies, I was looking for photographers to submit street images that included a creative use of light.

We received 139 entries in total and standards were very high that instead of choosing the original 10 finalists, I had to extend this to 12 in the main wall exhibition! A further 14 will also get displayed as part of the digital exhibition.

A private view evening will take place on 8th April for photographers and guests to launch the exhibition. (Please note: Private View is by invite only)

Congratulations to all the Light Chaser photography finalists!
British Life Photography Awards - Private View Evening
03rd March 2015
Winners from the British Life Photography Awards were invited to a special Private View evening at the Mall Galleries in London.

It was great to meet and chat to some of the other winners and to see all the winning entries displayed in the exhibition.

We received a copy of the brilliant British Life Photography Awards Portfolio 1 book which all our photos are featured in.

British Life Photography Awards - Street Life winner
02nd March 2015
So, I was surfing about on the internet and stumbled across an online photography contest called the British Life Photography Awards. I had heard of them before, but had never entered before as I was either busy doing something else or I missed the entry deadline, etc.

Anyway, last year Spring/Summer I saw there was a street photography category and thought, I'll have a go and sign up, enter a few pics then thought nothing more of it. I actually forgot I had entered.

So, by the time I received a random phone call out of the blue one cold and dark November 2014 evening suggesting I had one in the Street Life category, I thought it maybe someone's prank until the lady from the BLPAwards at the other end officially described my photo and that she would contact me in writing to officially provide full details of the prize and awards evening next year.

To cut a long story short, I was on strict instruction not to announce my news until it was officially announced by the British Life Photography Awards, which was very difficult for me! But here we are, March 2nd 2015 and I have just seen a article in the Metro newspaper with my street photo included.

I will be going to the Private Evening tonight in fact to collect my prize and meet the other winners.

Check out the photo and the other British Life Photography Award winners on the official BLPA website

We Shoot People - Night photo walk #5 - Soho Pt2
03rd December 2014
Our most recent We Shoot People street photography walk was back in Soho last night. Seeing as it as so popular last event, I created a 2nd photo walk to Soho to give some other members a chance to attend. The event filled up almost immediately again!

The area is filled with street photography opportunities, the night challenge isn't as difficult there as there are plenty of nicely lit interesting shops, gallerias and back streets.

Some shots from that night...

1-2-1 London Street Photography Walk / Workshop
02nd December 2014
This evening I did a 1-2-1 street photography walk / workshop with an US visitor called Brian from Ohio, who had booked a session with me back in the Summer. Brian knew the styles he was looking to achieve and so it made my job easier teaching and taking him to the locations where I knew we could get some cool shots. I decided a night tour through the City of London areas, weaving the maze of back streets and the tube network would be our best bet and our 4-hour photo walk was very productive. We had great fun and it was a pleasure hanging out with you!

"I had a great time this evening! It was even better than I hoped. I felt comfortable with you right away - in addition to being a great photographer, you're very funny! Thanks for a memorable evening and the street photography tips!" Brian Miller

Reluctant to show off some of his own fine work, I thought I would do it on his behalf, because I think they're great! Here are some of his favourites....

We Shoot People - Night photo walk #4 - Covent Garden
26th November 2014
Another week, another We Shoot People Meetup event in London. This time we ventured to the area in and around Covent Garden, London. A great street photography night location just after rush hour which was major hectic at the time we met!

Great group of Meetup attendees and a fun shoot. It rained a bit, but just enough to get some creative shots.

The next Meetup event is in...... Soho, its a part 2 event as the first one was so popular I arranged another one!

Some pics from Covent Garden...

We Shoot People - Night photo walk #3 - City of London
12th November 2014
Week 3 of the series of night street photography walks with the Meetup group WE SHOOT PEOPLE !

This week the event took us to The City of London. Meeting at Bank station just outside The Royal Bank of England on a cold November evening. The City of London is a great location with a lot of historic architecture, light and side alleys that make for some very noir images. From there I took them to the infamous Leadenhall Market area, Lloyds building and than onto Liverpool Street to finish off the evening with a pub social. See some of the Meetup group's uploaded images from this walk.

Here's my favourite shot taken from the evening....

On the next walk #4 on 26th November 2014 I have arranged a night photo walk to Covent Garden, Seven dials & Leicester Square.
New Etsy prints shop now open
08th November 2014
Today I officially opened my new Etsy shop! where I will be selling my photography prints. Prints are custom made to order in the size and paper finish you wish, including Fuji Matt, Fuji Gloss, Kodak Metallic and more. Sizes range from 12 x 8" up to 30 x 20".

All prints professionally printed on high quality archive papers care of ThePrintSpace studios.

Photography images were taking in London, New York, Paris, Lisbon or Berlin. Prints are mostly black & white and includes a white border for easy mounting and framing.

UK & International shipping is available.

Test prints looking good!

Etsy Shop Front

We Shoot People - Night photo walk #2 - Southbank
05th November 2014
Week 2 of the series of night street photography walks with the Meetup group WE SHOOT PEOPLE !

This week the event took us to Southbank, London. Meeting at Waterloo station (under the clock!), we set off to Southbank to do some shooting. Very challenging lighting and cold made this a tough gig, but we battled on for the scheduled walk until we couldn't feel our fingers and ended up in the nearest cafe Nero for some hot chocs and our social. See some of the Meetup group's uploaded images here from this walk.

Next week, walk #3 takes us to the City! Should be a good one.

A few of my shots...

We Shoot People - Night photo walk #1 - Soho
29th October 2014
Back by popular demand!! I have started up the first in a series of once a week, night photo walks around London with my Street Photography group We SHOOT PEOPLE.

This weeks location was centred around Mayfair and Soho areas. Loads of back streets, lights, and with some rain some moody night shots were taken by the 10 group members who attended tonight.

Two of my favourites...

Next week's night walk will be in Southbank.
Call For Entries - Street Photography - Light Chaser
19th October 2014
Calling all street photographers!

I am pleased to announce that I am the curator of an exciting new street photography contest.

THE THEME: 'Light Chaser'

We are seeking eye-catching street photography images that includes the theme of light. Whether natural daylight, sunlight, or artificial light, we want to see your best original work!

THE PRIZE: 20 people will have a fantastic opportunity to physically exhibit and sell your photos at the prestigious Greenwich Gallery in London for a period of 2 weeks, between 8th - 22nd April 2015! The prize is valued at over £1000.

PLUS: In addition to the main prize, you will receive a full blog feature on Linda Wisdom Photography websites, Award.IO and across our social media networks on Twitter, Facebook & Google+.

We are now calling for international entries.
CONTEST DATES: 19 October 2014 - 13 March 2015
EXHIBITION DATES: 8th April - 22nd April 2015

For full contest details & to submit your entry, please visit the official event page:

Good luck!


-- Interview
16th October 2014
I participated in an interview with the guys from photography resource blog website this week. Check out it out here:

London Photo Festival - Private View
15th October 2014
I was invited to the launch night for London Photo Festival, at The Crypt Gallery, which sits in the heart of London Bridge. Organised by co-founders Emma Mapp & Kit Shah who put together these events twice yearly. This time around the exhibition theme is Landscape Photography, and of course this drew in a large crowd of guests for the Private View. If you are in town this week, put in and have a browse, its free entry for the public and all prints on display are on sale. The London Photo Festival runs until 18th October 2014.

1-2-1 Street Photography Workshop
05th October 2014
Street Photography workshop

I spent the afternoon with a new student teaching them some street photography. For my tuition workshops I prefer 1-2-1 photo walks as I can really personalise the workshop to their exact wants and needs in learning. Helen was a great student - asking lots of questions and getting stuck in. We covered many areas of learning from overcoming her fear of getting shouted at, getting people to identify with her photos, improving her compositions to the varying styles of street such as portraiture to more compositional shots and making stronger images overall.

Its always good to see a student improve within a workshop. Helen got closer to subjects with each image and her confidence grew as the workshop went on.

I spent the afternoon with the immensely talented, award winning street photographer Linda Wisdom. We talked about everything from overcoming your fear of being shouted at, to getting others to identify with your images, to geometry in your scene.

I've not taken much street photography in my time but it appeals to me, perhaps because as a psychology grad I've always been interested in human behaviour.

Today has reinvigorated me to pound the street's at lunchtime scanning the scene for potential street blips. Who know's, I might even be brave enough to get in close.

Thanks for a fabulous afternoon shooting street Linda. Lots of fun

Want to schedule a 1-2-1 Street photography workshop? You can book here. There is a 15% discount for first time students!
New YouTube Channel
24th September 2014
I decided to launch a YouTube channel to showcase my favourite and popular street photography and reportage images. I will add more over the next few weeks.

Let me know what you think. Subscribe to my new YouTube channel to get updates when new videos are posted.

When an artist paints one of your photographs
23rd September 2014
When an artist paints one of your photographs

I received an email from a Facebook friend Lucy who is an artist (painter) a while ago asking if she could paint one of my street photography images. Of course I said yes as I was really intrigued as to what their interpretation of one of my street photography images would look like in paint.

I sent them a jpeg of the photo they were interested in painting, went for lunch. By the time I had finished my lunch she had emailed to say the painting was done!!

Anyway, below is the painting impression of my image! We have since named the man in the picture 'Mr Pret' for obvious reasons!

Here is the original photo:

and the painting!
When Sociology Influences Street Photography
09th September 2014
I received this interesting email in my inbox the other day from Melanie, a lady who had visited my website and was interested in buying some prints of mine.

It was a unique email in that she is a professional sociologist who was curious about my images. I have copied her email and my response below…

“Linda, your pictures are simply wonderful, and I am definitely going to buy some prints. However, I was wondering about the background stories to the photographs, as I would love to know the context of your shoots. There are so many that I think are absolutely evocative about time, place and person – that sounds rather trite, but as a sociologist, I’m very interested in what caught your eye and why, even if you don’t personally know your subjects story – I understand that the picture denotes the story, just interested in whether there was any interaction?”

Read my reply on my official website
New street photography prints gallery
02nd September 2014
I have designed a shiny brand new street photography prints gallery on my new website, where you are now able to order limited and open edition prints.

I have selected around 40 of my favourite and best-seller street photography images and will be adding new images in the coming weeks.

Limited edition prints are set to 100, paper size 20" x 16", on quality, archival photographic paper. Each print is signed, numbered and titled. Both UK and international shipping is available.

Open edition prints come in different paper size options and paper types. If you want a specific paper type like matt or gloss you may specify prior to ordering process and a bespoke print will be made for you.
New Commercial & Lifestyle photography website
01st September 2014
I am pleased to announce after months of hard work day and night, that my new Commercial & Lifestyle Portraits photography services website was launched today!

The main services I offer on this new website include;

  • Commercial photographer
  • Events photographer
  • Family lifestyle photographer
  • Portrait photographer

    I now have an official online gallery selling limited edition and open edition prints of over 40 of my most popular images. You can now also order direct my gallery from anywhere in the world. With limited edition prints of 100 - signed, numbered and titled by me.

    Last but not least, I also now offer 1-2-1 private tuition of street photography for beginners.

    If you have any questions in regard to my website, photography services or prints, get in touch!

London Photo Festival - October exhibition
01st September 2014
The London Photo Festival returns in October (16th - 18th), Borough/London Bridge - the theme being 'Landscape' photography. I am a big fan of urban landscape and so I am participating two of my New York City urban shots at the exhibition, well just because I love NYC and these photos bring back great memories of my trip. I must return there soon!

If you are a member of my Meetup page WE SHOOT PEOPLE then I shall be organising a group social meeting event around this exhibition. Date to be confirmed closer to the time.

In the meantime, check out the London Photo Festival website for further details.
Images selected for 6 months exhibition in London Bridge
16th July 2014
Good news - two of my street photography images have been selected for exhibit at a prestigious wine bar/restaurant in the London Bridge area for 6 months!

There will be a Private Viewing on 29th July, 6pm-8pm @ The Bridge Lounge and Dining Room.

If you can't make that evening, the exhibition will be running until December!

Exhibition venue:
The Bridge Lounge and Dining Room
186 Tooley Street
Hammersmith London / The Royal Opera House Live
15th July 2014
Hammersmith London hosted a free live big screening of La Boheme from The Royal Opera House into Lyric Square. I was hired as photographer for this event. The brief from Hammersmith London was to capture the essence of the event, the social atmosphere and elements of the amazing crowd that turned up to watch it on a great summers evening. The Mayor of Hammersmith & Fulham and special guests were also in attendance as special guests.

Hammersmith London / Light The Fuse Theatre
18th June 2014
I did some events photography for Hammersmith London at Theatre In The Square (Lyric Square). Light The Fuse, a new theatre production company put on a great outdoor performance called FULL STOP, that all takes place by a bus stop! I was asked to get some photos of the performance but also capture the life around Hammersmith's infamous Lyric Square. Great fun taking photos for this outdoor event.

A little interview I did with Street Photography London Collective ...
10th June 2014
Check out a little interview I did with the Street Photography London blog this week...

Can you identify for us the main reason you shoot street work?

As mentioned, I have a interest in people, but I am also quite an empathetic person and can read others pretty quickly. I started in the portraiture style of street, but soon progressed into being more creative with multiple elements such as with light play, geometry, POVs, urban scenes, etc into my photos.....
Rinse IO featured photographer: Stories behind photography
10th June 2014
I am a featured photographer on the Rinse IO website : Stories behind photography series. My short story called Londonium about street photography and London. Check it out!

"If you wish to have a just notion of the magnitude of this city, you must not be satisfied with seeing its great streets and squares, but must survey the innumerable little lanes and courts. It is not in the showy evolutions of buildings, but in the multiplicity of human habitations which are crowded together, that the wonderful immensity of London consists."
Sold my framed print of 'Paris' at London Photo Festival!
24th May 2014
I'm happy to announce that I sold my street photography image 'Paris' at the London Photo Festival yesterday. The buyer said they loved it and looked forward to hanging it in their new home :-)

If you are interested in purchasing a print of this image, please contact me for more details.
We Shoot People Group at the London Photo Festival
23rd May 2014
We Shoot People Group at the London Photo Festival

In collaboration with the London Photo Festival, I hosted a We Shoot People - Street Photography Group walk in and around London Bridge / Borough Market. Followed by a social networking night at the Click N' Clique evening at LPF later that evening. We extended the evening for more socialising at the Blue Eyed Maid pub in London Bridge. Thanks to the landlord for his hospitality!

All in all, a very successful and busy night for both new and regular members of the group to interact, discuss and exchange ideas on all things street photography.

We Shoot People event page

Photos © FarlonRahaman

London Photo Festival - Street Photography Themed Exhibition
22nd May 2014
The London Photo Festival exhibition takes place twice a year. The theme this time is Street Photography. The exhibition runs until this Saturday, 24th May, 2014. Click N' Clique evening is tomorrow - networking evening @ The Crypt gallery - Borough / London Bridge, London.

My two photo exhibits on display. Both are 16" x 12" framed prints and are for sale (including frame) at the gallery until Saturday, 24th May 2014 @ 4pm.

For further details, visit London Photo Festivals official website

London Photo Festival May 2014
15th May 2014
London Photo Festival May 2014

I will be participating in the London Photo Festival in May 2014. The exhibition theme is 'Street Photography' so would be a shame not to take part in this one.

For more details on attending check out the Meetup group event:
London Photo Festival Exhibition - Click n' Clique Evening

The London Photo Festival returns this May with a 'Street Photography' themed exhibition @ The Crypt Gallery.

Come and join us on Click n' Clique evening on 23rd May 2014.

Time: 6pm - 8pm

The Crypt (St George the Martyr Church)
Borough High Street

Underground Station
Borough or London Bridge

Overground Station
London Bridge
Black And White Street Group book
31st March 2014
I'm pleased to announce that the 'Black And White Street Group' book, 1st edition, is finally here and available in soft cover and hard cover!

As one of the group administrators, I helped in the choosing of the final featured photos used in the book. There is a page feature on some of my work in there also.

Overall it is a great book filled with some very talented international street photographers and a great publication for any photography fan.

Black And White Street Group book can be purchased direct from Blurb:

Get it!