British photographic history

Information and discussion on all aspects of British photographic history

Anthony Jones’ black and white photographs of the City of London have been exhibited in the US and UK and feature in private, corporate and museum collections.

This photowalk is an opportunity to follow in his foot-steps and revisit the scene of his favourite photographs, it doesn’t aim to offer instruction on using a camera but insight into the how and why of composition and photographic style.

The walk will start at London Bridge mainline train station on a Saturday from 10am for a duration of two hours. The frequency depends on the number of participants per group but it will take place throughout the year.

Be sure to wear appropriate clothing for the weather, comfortable footwear for a one hour walk in the City of London and (of course) bring your camera.

There is a £50 fee which must be paid in advance.

Interview with Anthony Jones.


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