Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert

The Hut

in Current Affairs, Features, Journalism, Photography, Photojournalism by Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert

‘The Hut’, six simple letters making two words, but which in the Borders region of Scotland , and in particular in Hawick, conjure up images of men linking arms, swaying, singing, drinking and 500 years of remembrance and history. I’ve photographed all over the world, in many exotic locations, from the jungles of Papua New Guinea to the boardrooms of

Jeremy Sutton-HibbertThe Hut
Graham Harrison

Sir Harold Evans – interview

in Current Affairs, Education, Ethics, Features, Journalism, Photography, Photojournalism, Press Photography, The BPPA by Graham Harrison

The book Pictures on a Page by Sir Harold Evans is widely considered the definitive text on photojournalism, layout and picture editing. Voted the all-time greatest British newspaper editor by British journalists in 2001, Evans made his name at the Northern Echo and at the Sunday Times, which he was editing when he wrote Pictures on a Page in 1978.

Graham HarrisonSir Harold Evans – interview
1/1000th - By Bob Martin, published by Vision Sports Publishing Ltd

Bob Martin’s 1/1000th

in Current Affairs, Features, Photography, Sport, The BPPA, Uncategorized by thebppa

1/1000th is a retrospective book and exhibition featuring the work of sports photographer Bob Martin. Bob has been at the top of the profession for the last three decades and this is his first solo book. As you might imagine, it contains some of the very finest sports photographs ever shot and it has been designed to show those images at

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Mike King

Mike King

in Current Affairs, Photography, Photojournalism, Press Photography, Remember by thebppa

  The devastating news of the death of our friend and colleague Mike King was greeted last week with a mixture of disbelief and enormous sadness. He was not only one of the best sports photographers of his (or any) generation but he was also generous, witty and great company. There have already been several obituaries and memories including one from

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Pete Maclaine

Some ‘whining’ at Carnival

in Current Affairs, Opinion, Photography, Photojournalism, Press Photography, The BPPA by Pete Maclaine

Pete Maclaine has photographed the Notting Hill Carnival many times. Here he describes one particular aspect of his quest: Winston Churchill said, “If you find a job you love, you’ll never work again.” For me, the combination of press photography and the Notting Hill Carnival bring this quote to life. A love of photography coupled with the vibrant imagery created by

Pete MaclaineSome ‘whining’ at Carnival

Election 2015 – Never Mind The Deja Vu

in Current Affairs, Ethics, Features, Journalism, Photography, Photojournalism, Press Photography, The BPPA by Neil Turner

Back in 2005 The BPPA put together a project called “Never Mind The Ballots” which was a response to the “most stage managed, spin driven and least visually interesting elections in modern times”. Press photographers faced a month of ten minute photocalls and long frustrating waits whilst trying to find interesting and journalistically significant images. Ten years later the sense of

Neil TurnerElection 2015 – Never Mind The Deja Vu