“Julia Kennedy graduated in 2000, from Manchester Metropolitan University. Moving to London to follow her career in fashion photography, she assisted and worked with numerous prominent photographers. Best know for her provocative and often intimate imagery, Julia has an intense connection with her subjects working with some of the most engaging models of our generation. An emphasis on characters, quirky locations and theatrical composition gives Julia’s work a cinematic feel, forming her unconventional signature style. Shooting for publications such as TANK, Tush, Elle UK, S magazine, Ponytail, The Independent and the Observer O, Julia is a sought after rising talent.”
Tomlog – Great London street photography
“Welcome to my blog! This is a photoblog which I try to update daily with photos (mostly) from London about things that surround me and catch my attention. This can be anything and therefore I try to keep it as varied as possible. I hope you like it.”
Currently I use these things:
* Nikon D50
* Nikon 17-55 f2.8G ED DX
* Tokina 80-200 f2.8 AT-X 828 SD
* Bibble Pro 5
Ok..the dogs have been walked and fed, the coffee is about ready..time to discuss photoblogs..I’ve recently been working on a couple other projects and haven’t been able to post as frequently as I’d like…however, the photoblogs are still coming in thanks to Twitter and our user suggested form…please keep them coming..
Here are a few photoblogs I’ve recently discovered which are quite interesting…
Such.Blinding.Stars – a relatively new photoblog, but the photography is very nice. Photographer is quite the traveler and has an excellent eye for composition.
The Rip – Photography by London based photographer Stu…street photography
Mirror the World – Random photography by Matthias – based in Denmark
I love the early morning …always waking up around 5am and sometimes earlier..even on weekends…it’s a quiet time..the mind is clear and receptive, everything makes sense.I love photo blogs depicting the early morning..its a great time for photography… the world is different..streets are clear..the lone jogger makes haste down the avenue…vendors are optimistic about what the upcoming hours will bring…great time for photography…Creating awesome photographs is part light, part composition, and to a large degree, timing…oh yeah, and being there…photo gear in hand…any camera..on the street and ready to document the world around you…..I love big city early morning photos…London and New York, in particular…just something magical about seeing a big city come to life.
Recently, I read a post from Dave Beckerman, a favorite New York street photographer of mine..it contained an early morning photo <see insert> that really brought home the essence of a big city waking up..This is a great photo blog…from a tremendous photographer and writer..highly recommend this photography feed.