If you are in the area, it might be worth checking out Small or Nothing, which is a Small Faces photo exhibition in London.
If you caught a glimpse of the photos in the mods episode of Street, Sound & Style on Channel 4, then you might be interested to get an even closer look courtesy of Odds & Sods – Photographs of Paul Hallam.
If you happen to be in the east London area, you might want to pop in and see the upcoming Glasgow Mods photography exhibition by Lisa Boyd.
Not sure how many people use standalone digital camera these days in light of cameras on mobile phones being so good. But something like this Vespa-inspired digital camera might tempt you back in.
It might not be until next year, but the 50 Years of The Who photo exhibition by Colin Jones at Proud Galleries is early next year, so you might want to scribble it into your diary.
Yes, another mod photo project, but Mod UK by Owen Harvey takes a slightly different tact than some others we have featured in the past.
If you’ve seen the proposed artwork for Paul Anderson’s Mods – The New Religion book, you’ll probably already be familiar with David McEnery’s mod photography, which you can browse at the PYMCA Gallery.
Thanks to Ben for pointing out that Mod Couples isn’t the only mod photography project on the block. Mods and Sods by Jamie Garbutt is also ongoing – and is well worth checking out.