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polatraits

  • Posted by james
  • 14 October 2010

So after two and a bit weeks on the road, shooting for the Spring/Summer catalogue in the rain, I'm now starting to take stock of all the photos, and start the editing process... so far 35 rolls of film have been processed and 140Giggas of digital files downloaded, this is gonna take some time.

In the meantime, here is a selection of polaroids, of some of the people, that make the catalogues look so darn good...

Lydia Savage, at our secret little cove all wrapped up for summer...

Mr Nick Radford, music maker and surfer...

99% of the team that puts the catalogues together, Mr Peter Davies...

Miss Elsie Pinniger, queen of custom wetsuits (and cool cars)...

Miss Camilla Marotta, producer extraordinaire...

Mr Dan Yeomans, rides bikes, paints and looks good in howies...

Ms Lisa, designs the mens clothes and styles them too...

nice people...

nice quiver...

...and a nice little camp out.

(if you like these, I shoot lots of them and share them here, oh I love polaroid)

The Penny Arcade

  • Posted by pete
  • 8 September 2010

If you're in, around, or thinking of going to London and you feel like getting some art into your
eyes, then our good friends Jonathan Cherry and Zoë Barker are holding a joint exhibition
entitled The Penny Arcade for the next month or so.

The private view is tonight at Westbourne Grove Church.
Then from 9th September - 19th October the Artspace will be open from 9am - 5pm during weekdays

You can call the gallery on: 020 7034 0500.

Westbourne Grove Church
Westbourne Grove (corner of Ledbury Rd),
London, W11 2RW.

zoebarkerdraws.com
jonathancherry.net

Great sports photography

  • Posted by aron
  • 2 September 2010

Click here for some insanely great photos including shots by Ricky Adam,
who has worked with howies before.

Personally, I vote for Stéphane Candé.

Last Chance!

  • Posted by howies
  • 28 May 2010

This weekend is your last chance to see the life.still exhibition at the howies shop in Bristol. With photography from five homegrown documentary photographers and a collective slideshow from 28 photographers from around the world it really is something not to be missed.

The exhibition finishes on Sunday at 5pm so pop in this weekend to enjoy the space. some photos and a bit of audio slideshow!

The life.still exhibition is part of the Bristol Festival of Photography 2010 and features work from John Angerson, Gina Lundy, Rebecca Harley, Tamany Baker and Mike Lusmore. You can get more information about life.still at their website www.lifestill.co.uk

life.still, Bristol Exhibition

  • Posted by howies
  • 16 April 2010

The Deckades skateboard exhibition is open tomorrow during shop opening times and runs for a month.

After that little gem of a month we have the 'life.still' exhibition as part of the Bristol Festival of Photography. They are asking for slideshows of images or short photo stories to be shown at the private view on the opening night. Closing date for entries is 16th May. Details to be found at www.lifestill.co.uk.

Your Beautiful Machine

  • Posted by howies
  • 23 March 2010

We want your pictures of your very own beautiful machines.

This is a picture of Laurie's new bike. It is her dream bike that she got for her birthday, so it is no longer her dream.

A Beautiful Machine exhibition is on for 2 weeks above the howies Bristol store starting 26th March. We want to fill one of our blank exhibition walls with pictures of your dream bike or the bike you actually own that has been on many adventures with you.

Send us a pic and we will pin it up on the wall, we want to document all those well loved beautiful machines out there, so do share yours with us and all those who attend the exhibition. The finished wall of bicycle wonderment will be blogged too.

Snail mail to howies, 62 Queens Road, Bristol, BS8 1RE.

Any questions, give us a bell on 01179298928

We can't print off emailed images so please snail mail them to us. You have 2 weeks, so don't panic!

Bristol Staircase Gallery

  • Posted by howies
  • 5 March 2010

 

Artist, Samantha Gilraine came in yesterday to refresh our Staircase Gallery in the Bristol shop.

Samantha is a Bristol based artist and photographer who merges traditional painting and digital photography.

"My aim when creating artwork is not to just recreate what a landscape looks like, but the real experience and feeling of being within a landscape. "

Pop by to see Samantha's work over the next few weeks.

We also have a selection of greetings cards on sale of  Samantha's work if you would like to take a smaller version home with you.

Ricky Adam

  • Posted by mark
  • 2 February 2010

here's a review of 2009 as seen through the hawk eyes and lens of Ricky Adam, it's well worth 5 minutes and 25 seconds of your time!

I am a photographer not a terrorist

  • Posted by tim
  • 25 January 2010

In defence of street photography

Following a series of high profile detentions under s44 of the terrorism act including 7 armed police detaining an award winning architectural photographer in the City of London, the arrest of a press photographer covering campaigning santas at City Airport and the stop and search of a BBC photographer at St Pauls Cathedral and many others. PHNAT feels now is the time for a mass turnout of Photographers, professional and amateur to defend our rights and stop the abuse of the terror laws.

Amelia's magazine has a great feature here on the protest gathering.

Check out their own site here.

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