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Lovely Letter of Thanks from Potters Bar Photographic Society

Lovely Letter of Thanks from Potters Bar Photographic Society

I was delighted to receive this letter from Eric at Potters Bar & District Photographic Society, following my talk there last night which was extremely well received, and during which people were saying it was the best talk they had ever had (and one of them had been a member for 37 years!)

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Testimonials

[caption id="ps_captionIns" align="alignnone" width="900"]Clones in Wistman's Wood, Dartmoor (Viveca Koh) Clones in Wistman’s Wood, Dartmoor (Viveca Koh)[/caption]

Came across ‘clones’ in Wistmans Wood, Dartmoor; very striking, loved the flavour and the way you’d processed the light. Then explored your galleries and saw that you are producing[......]

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Another Magazine Feature!

Another Magazine Feature!

In December 2011 I was contacted by Steve Harnell, the Operations Editor at ‘Practical Photoshop’ magazine, after he saw one of my images ‘Communication’ on the Photoradar website, where I posted it ages ago and promptly forgot all about it.  Steve wondered if I would like to feature on the Image Re[......]

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I’m in ‘Digital Photographer’ Magazine!

I'm in 'Digital Photographer' Magazine!

This month I am very pleased to be featured in one of the national photography magazines – Digital Photographer, after I was contacted by photographer/freelance writer Dylan Baker who saw my piece in The Transmitter when he was here in Crystal Palace a year ago in order to interview someone else.  H[......]

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Holga Impressions of Venice

When I visited Venice with Mum in May of 2011, Mark loaned me his Holga and some rolls of colour and B&W film, although neither of us thought to have a run-through of the camera and its’ workings before I went. Consequently, I had little understanding of how to correctly wind on the film, the r[......]

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Star Blossom, Part 4

Further images from my new project ‘Star Blossom’, of photo illustrations to accompany the poetry and prose of my uncle Fergus Chadwick.  Please see original post for full story on this one: http://www.vivecakohphotography.co.uk/2012/02/09/star-blossom/

Photo illustrations to accompany the book of poetry and prose by Fergus Chadwick (Viveca Koh)

In “Paradise Lost” Milton has starbright[......]

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Star Blossom, Part 3

Further images from my new project ‘Star Blossom’, of photo illustrations to accompany the poetry and prose of my uncle Fergus Chadwick.  Please see original post for full story on this one: http://www.vivecakohphotography.co.uk/2012/02/09/star-blossom/

Photo illustrations to accompany the book of poetry and prose by Fergus Chadwick (Viveca Koh)

Walks in the Dark

Poems remembered from[......]

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Star Blossom, Part 2

Further images from my new project ‘Star Blossom’, of photo illustrations to accompany the poetry and prose of my uncle Fergus Chadwick.  Please see original post for full story on this one: http://www.vivecakohphotography.co.uk/2012/02/09/star-blossom/

 

Photo illustrations to accompany the book of poetry and prose by Fergus Chadwick (Viveca Koh)

 Other lives here on earth are al[......]

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Star Blossom

When my Uncle Fergus asked me if I would produce a series of photo illustrations for his new book of poetry and prose, I was extremely pleased and excited to be asked, whilst at the same time equally apprehensive that I would be unable to rise to the challenge and create anything remotely suitable t[......]

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Article in RPS Visual Art Group Magazine

Article in RPS Visual Art Group Magazine

I was commissioned to write this article for the journal of one of the sub-groups of The Royal Photographic Society, the Visual Art Group, founded in 1921 “to foster the interest and advancement in all matters relating to Pictorial Photography”.  These pages are reproduced with kind permission of th[......]

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The Museum

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="665" caption="Danse Macabre"]Self portrait in abandoned Belgian powerplant museum (Viveca Koh)[/caption]

Here I am in a borrowed hard hat at the museum attached to the abandoned ECVB powerplant in Belgium.  It was completely un-vandalised which was refreshing to witness, and all the crumbliness around me was simply the[......]

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Article in RPS Digital Imaging Group Magazine

Article in RPS Digital Imaging Group Magazine

I was commissioned to write this article for the journal of one of the sub-groups of The Royal Photographic Society, the Digital Imaging Group, which is for members who use computer manipulation on their photographs using various available software and techniques. These pages are reproduced with kin[......]

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Two Mirrors

Self portrait in mirror at abandoned toolmakers, Sheffield (Viveca Koh)

Shot at the wonderful and fascinating abandoned toolmakers in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, I was immediately drawn to this pair of windows with the grubby lace curtain reflected in the mirror lying on its’ side, and by the other objects scattered here, bathed in subtle light from the muted sky.  [......]

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Bovington Tank Museum

Bovington Tank Museum

 

Last weekend Mark and I visited the Bovington Tank Museum in Dorset, and spent several absorbing hours wandering around with our cameras.  It was a fascinating museum, packed full of tanks, and we were both surprised at the sheer number of different ones that there were.

I decided quite[......]

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Viva Viveca!

Viva Viveca!

Delighted to be published in local magazine ‘The Transmitter’ here in Crystal Palace, after being contacted before Christmas by the Editor Andy Pontin via Twitter. He saw my Tweet relating to one of my Crystal Palace snow photographs making Explore on Flickr, and Tweeted me with “and a very nice pic[......]

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Word of Advice

Seen today in “Digital Photographer” magazine issue 98, in an article about photographer Patrice de Villiers. When asked for words of advice, she said:

“Combine naïve self-belief with grim determination, be prepared to make sacrifices to achieve your goal, maintain your own high standards and be[......]

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Big Up JadedSnapper!

I first discovered  JadedSnapper through Twitter, a self-described still youthful yet “curmudgeonly git” who is employed as the “third best” press photographer on the EveningSnooze.  JS writes with a dry sense of humour and demonstrates endless reserves of sanguine patience, when faced with a succes[......]

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