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    Mark Davey ocurred to me: works mostly in B&W, mostly in Wales. He uses an X-Pan for the majority of his personal work now. Also does stuff for the National Library in Aberystwyth, which presumably includes colour, I don't know.

    His website is http://www.mrdgallery.com/about.php


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    I ended up speaking to George Jackson in the end. He was really helpful and wrote out a page long email reply even after the mother of all typos where I commended him on his 'craftsmanshit'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarvman View Post
    ... It doesn't have to be somebody who works soley in black and white, just somebody who prolificly uses it. Our brief is "why do people still shoot black and white?".
    a little confusing Jarv, soley (sic) working in B&W or not?

    maybe you need to rethink the original brief

    maybe people who make a living from photography don't use mono

    maybe your on the wrong track

    maybe people still use b&w because thet want to, not because thet make money from it

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    What about Don McCullin - professional photojournalist and landscape photographer par excellence. I don't think he uses a computer in any shape or form. From hearing him speak I would say he is also a very accessible sort of person, if you wanted to ask him questions. Worth a try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Heath View Post
    a little confusing Jarv, soley (sic) working in B&W or not?

    maybe you need to rethink the original brief

    maybe people who make a living from photography don't use mono

    maybe your on the wrong track

    maybe people still use b&w because thet want to, not because thet make money from it

    Ray
    I just said I found somebody to talk to who fitted the brief :rolleyes:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarvman View Post
    I just said I found somebody to talk to who fitted the brief :rolleyes:
    so? expand your focus, consider other perspectives

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