Tag Archives: rich clark photography


Don’t keep to the path.

Passing Places? Landscape Photography is a flexible genre. You can photograph the land, the sea, rural, urban, wild, tamed, you can shoot wide and you can pick out the detail in what I call ‘micro […]


Level Horizons in Photography

Level Horizons in PhotographyThe creative process should rarely be shackled by ‘rules’. Rules have always been there to be broken, boundaries are pushed and new ideas emerge. Some of these ‘rules’ are more just there […]


The Tate Modern – A Photographic Journey

If you don’t care for Modern Art then the former Bankside Power Station that houses the Tate Modern is in itself a work of art and worthy of inspection. I have to be in the […]


Hasselblad Portfolio Days – Review For Modelinscene Magazine

Hasselblad Portfolio Days – A Review In late November I joined  Jamie Crawford from Modelinscene Magazine to review Hasselblad’s Portfolio Days up at their London Studio in Hoxton. The lion’s share of my time is spent ‘in the […]