First it was the BBC, then it was the Telegraph, now it seems I’ve reached some kind of milestone on the way to travel photography greatness by stumbling across one of my photos, hidden away in the dusty archives of the China section of the Lonely Planet website. Giddy heights indeed!Read More »
More love from Telegraph Travel They must have a crush on me over at Telegraph Travel. After stumbling across one of my photos on there last time around, they’ve gone and brightened up my day again. This time, toilets are the theme. In particular, China’s latest attempt to freshen its appeal to visiting tourists by cleaning up its notoriously foul public lavs. I’ve gathered plenty of photos of public ...Read More »
First I find one of my photos on the BBC homepage and now this - hidden away on the last slide of a bit of filler in the Telegraph's travel section. Giddy heights indeed!
I know this isn't exactly front page of National Geographic stuff, but as I noted in The Great Stock Photography Hunt: Part 1, since most stock photos simply disappear into the ether once they are licensed, the photographer rarely gets to see what becomes of their precious intellectual property or to what use it is put. You may be told in a very general sense the intended use, media, territory and duration of that usage ...Read More »
So I was searching for my daily fix of newsly ephemera the other day, waiting for my decrepit laptop to see fit to connect to the BBC Online, when something quite extraordinary happened. Yes, joy of petty joys, after the lights had blinked, the circles had whirled ...Read More »