The Royal Courts of Justice a.k.a. the Law Courts is located on the Strand in London. It is a very impressive neo-gothic building where the Court of Appeal and the High Court of Justice are located. As I often walk down the Strand due to it’s close proximity to universities and libraries, I pass the Law Courts a lot. Because of the law courts and the near-by Inns of Court, the area is always full of lawyers (hence it is often hard to find anywhere to sit in local cafes at lunch time!), but on Sundays it feels like a ghost town. On a day-to-day basis there is usually at least one journalist opposite the main entrance, and you always know when a big court case is on because that one journalist suddenly multiplies into a whole swarm. They do give rather infrequent tours of the building about twice a month.
The multi-award winning shop and the first camera shop to be ever granted a Royal Coat of Arms allows us to a visual tour with photographer Matt Granger into their fascinating collection of Nikon gears.
Filled with interesting street scenes and marvelous architectures, Toulouse, France, serves as the muse of lomographer and law student Pierre CARRERE. To share his passion for photography, he created a group with fellow enthusiasts which held exhibits and meetups in his hometown. Get to know our featured newcomer in this interview.
London-based live music photographer Jeremy Strange decided to take a break from the madness of music photography and took the Horizon Perfekt along with him on a journey to London, Norfolk and Edinburgh and even managed a ride on the London Eye.
Product designer Jaineel Shah lives in London and has manged to perfectly capture the imagination and spirit of analogue photography. We talked to him about his LC-A+ shots and how his love affair with this camera started.
London based photographer Leung-Kit specialises in fashion and portrait photography. With his skills in a soft and gentle style of photography, we decided he would be the perfect person to test out the Daguerreotype Achromat Lens.