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Classic cameras can save lives..!


The Nikon SLR was well-known as being a thoroughly solid and dependable camera. With it’s all metal body, the joke was that you could even use it as a weapon against any would-be muggers around town! And in this case, … Continue reading

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Don McCullin..photographer and human being extraordinaire


“I saw 800 children dropping down dead in front of me. That turned me away from the gung-ho image of the war photographer”. So says Don McCullin, a British photographer whose name many people have never even heard of, but … Continue reading

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Later this week…more about photographer Don McCullin


Of all the war photographers that have made their names at times of conflict and war, Don McCullin stands clear of them all. A photograph is a photograph people will say, but in Don’s case, it’s not just his photos … Continue reading

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Don McCullin; the man, his views and vices


Ever since the first series of posts on this blog about UK photographers, where I included a short article about Don McCullin, theer has been consistent demand for more about the man. With a chap like Don, there is so … Continue reading

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Don McCullin? Who in the name is that?


Don McCullin. The name is synonomous with wars, death, deprivation, poverty, you name it. In fact any and probably all of the affected areas in the world, have seen Don come and go. But, for those who don’t know, who … Continue reading

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