Paul Lowe and Jennifer Good examine the legacies of photojournalism’s past, and how these might shape its potential futures as photography opens up to new technologies, priorities, forms of connectivity and changing media environments.Paul Lowe is an award-winning photographer and Course Director of the Masters Programme in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at London College of Communication, University of the Arts London.Jennifer Good is senior lecturer History & Theory of
Lewis Bush News Winter 2017
Over the summer I successfully crowdfunded my book Shadows of the State, which examines the mysterious radio broadcasts used by intelligence agencies to communicate with their undercover agents. The campaign was a runaway success raising double our original target and received a great deal of press including in Wired, Vice, Huck Magazine , Featureshoot , GUP Magazine, and The Week amongst others.
Photography and the Feelings of Others.
From Mirroring Emotions to the Theory of Mind.
Photography is powerful because we can place ourselves into the perspective of those we see in an image. Whether it’s street photography, photojournalism or portraiture, we use photography to understand ourselves in relation to people around us.