David Walker gets an interview with photographer Jeremy Fletcher about his life, work, the 1960s, dropping out and of course, taking snaps at the Flamingo.
No not the whiney-voiced crooner, we're talking about photographer Brian Duffy, who has an exhibition right now at the Idea Generation Gallery in London. It's described as the 'first ever full retrospective' of Brian Duffy, kicking off tomorrow and running until 28 August. Some feat, considering the man himself destroyed […]
I wrote an article yesterday about turning your iPhone into a vintage camera, which proved very popular on Retro To Go. As the apps to do it have also been much talked about on the Modculture forums, I thought I would open out the best vintage camera apps for iPhone […]
Regular readers will know we did a feature some time back on the best vintage-style cameras around. If we rewrite it today, the Fujifilm FinePix X100 would certainly make the cut. It would certainly challenge the Olympus E-P1 and E-P2 as well as the Leica M9 rangefinder for looks. Technically? […]
Around this time last year, we featured a photography exhibition by Brian Duffy, one of the 'Black Trinity' of snappers alongside with Terence Donovan and David Bailey. Well, that same exhibition has now moved to Hastings. Titled Duffy: The Third Man: A Retrospective takes place at the Lucy Bell Gallery […]
Described as the 'only book to cover the complete career', David Bailey: Look by Jackie Higgins is available in the coming days, courtesy of Phaidon. That means everything from the 60s work to recent output, including works from key monographs such as his debut 'Box of Pin-Ups' (1964) and the […]