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Episode #111 – Introducing TAP Jolly 2013
[ 0 ] April 15, 2013

Episode #111 – Introducing TAP Jolly 2013

This week: I’m giving you an overview of what you can expect from the first TAP Jolly photography event  of 2013, taking place on the 26th-28th April. I really hope it’s something that appeals to you! Some quick links to things mentioned in this show: The Active Photographer Jolly web page The Active Photographer Jolly [...]

Episode #39 – Thoughts About The First Ever TAP Jolly
[ 3 ] September 12, 2011

Episode #39 – Thoughts About The First Ever TAP Jolly

This week: I’m in the car once again, this time heading back from the very first Active Photographer Jolly, held in St. Leonards, Dorset. This weekend’s event, set in the glorious English countryside, gave attendees the chance to indulge themselves in their enthusiasm for photography and the great outdoors. The weather wasn’t perfect, but everyone [...]

Episode #26 – A Picture Has To Tell A Story
[ 0 ] June 13, 2011

Episode #26 – A Picture Has To Tell A Story

This week: I’m in conversation once again with photographer/writer Hugh Graham, who was one of my lecturers when I studied photography at University. The starting point for our conversation on this occasion is the following question: If you can photograph a wedding, does that mean you can photograph just about any kind of social photography [...]

Episode #21 – Discussing Photographic Education
[ 0 ] May 9, 2011

Episode #21 – Discussing Photographic Education

This week: I’m in conversation with photographer/writer Hugh Graham, who was one of my lecturers when I studied photography at University. Since graduation, I have subsequently worked with Hugh over the past ten years or so, during which time we’ve often questioned just what part the education process plays in the makeup of a good [...]