IN-CAMERA 5: Graham Ford.

Where did you grow up? South East London When did you take your first picture? When I was eleven. Then I asked for a camera for my fifteenth birthday. One of my brothers showed me how develop a film and to make a contact print. I was completely absorbed by photography for the next 40 years. What was your first job? Aged 18, I spent two weeks in an ice cream warehouse, at minus 20 degrees. It paid for my newRead more

LESTER BOOKBINDER: The Management Today covers.

Penn and Avedon are almost as well-known today as they were when they were alive and working. It’s rare to be given a treatment, whether photographic or film, that doesn’t reference at least one of their images. Why not? They were two of the three best commercial photographers of the last century. The third has been virtually forgotten. Google ‘Bookbinder’ and you’ll be lucky to find a handful of images. (And those images will be very small.) I’m going to try toRead more