Posts Tagged ‘Lara Platman’

Lara Platman: Taking the Col Turini in Style

© Lara Platman

The summer months for most photographers are busy and for me this year especially, I had the Monaco Grand Prix Historic to attend and if you know me by now (might have read some of my other blog entries) I do like to travel in gorgeous cars… This year I took the beautifully designed Jaguar [...]

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Lara Platman: A Road Trip– Gaydon To Solms In An Aston Martin DB9 Volante

© Lara Platman

The arrival of the Monochrom at my door was something of a delight to say the least. I had tried the camera at the Leica Store Mayfair in July and thought it was a pretty special camera, with a full array of ‘colour’ within its black and white range and fabulously defined detail on the [...]

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Lara Platman: The Boxing Project

Boxing Project

Lara Platman is a UK-based freelance photographer and the Director of Photo Feature Ltd. Coming from a family who produced theatrical costumes, Lara grew up surrounded by creative people. She trained as a photographer and then a journalist, and now specialises in documenting areas of culture that are often considered to be eccentric or endangered. [...]

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Lara Platman: Harris Tweed

Scenes from Scotland and the Outer Hebrides © Lara Platman

Lara Platman, photographer and author, spent seven months on the Isles of Harris and Lewis in Scotland working on the publication “Harris Tweed: From Land to Street” (Frances Lincoln Publishing). Here she allows us to take a look into her diary hidden behind her photographs. It is one thing producing a book about the world’s [...]

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Lara Platman – ‘A Passion for Performance’

13th Rallye Historique Monte Carlo by Lara Platman

In an interview with Leica’s Jenny Hodge, photographer and journalist, Lara Platman, enthuses wildly about her three passions in life: classic cars, dancing and photography… Tell us something about you… I believe I was born in the wrong age! I love the 1930s and 40s – they were very classic, theatrical times. I took my [...]

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