The Richard Flint Photography Blog

Blog URL:http://www.richflintphoto.blogspot.com
Blog Tags:photography, photographer, film, digital, professional, landscape, commercial, reportage, photo
Country:United Kingdom
State/Province:North Yorkshire
Location:York

A blog by a pro photographer that contains a mixture of photography news, features and posted images covering a wide variety of subjects



Latest Blog Posts



William Henry Fox Talbot, The Open Door, 1843If you are looking to brush up on your early photography history then a podcast available on the BBC website might just be of interest.Back in July, the BBC Radio 4 show 'In Our Time' recorded a 45 minute...

This is the last letter of a Syrian photographer and activist who chose to stay in Aleppo. #aleppo #aleppoceasefire pic.twitter.com/F25HcGOatz— Channel 4 News (@Channel4News) September 9, 2016I re-tweeted this video a few days ago on Twitter but it...

Just Resting...

on Sep 9, 2016

I thought it was time that the blog received some love after being ignored for some time, so I've changed the template and made a few other tweaks as well. I think the site looks lighter, brighter and a lot fresher now - the old darker design had bee...

Unidentified Photographer, Gerda Taro, Guadalajara Front, July 1937The excellent photoblog 'Fans in a Flashbulb' have posted a great profile on Gerda Taro, the photojournalist who was the love of Robert Capa's life and probably the biggest influence...

The blog has been rather quiet of late, but it's time to start posting again after a brief break away with three recommended photography links discovered while i was away. I'm going to be adding link posts a couple of times a month to the blog from n...

A Camera at Culloden

on Oct 23, 2014

Take an historical battle that took place decades before the camera was invented, and reimagine it through a documentary camera crew filming the event. It was an idea that was used to great effect in the docudrama 'Culloden', a film made by the BBC i...

Photograph by Chris KillipIf you're looking for a superb photo film to watch that I'd have to recommend the Michael Almereyda film 'Skinningrove' in which photographer Chris Killip talks about his excellent work in the North Yorkshire fishing vi...