Posts Tagged ‘Roger Coulam’

Roger Coulam: Travelling Light

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For many years I carried around a huge backpack loaded with lots of things that I “might need.” The problem with this is that even the smallest bag or pack has the ability to act like Grannie’s magic handbag and can hold an incredible amount of “stuff.” The sides can be stretched, dividers cut, bent, [...]

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Roger Coulam: Focused Photography

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I had become frustrated by the chaotic nature of my work, and felt unconfident about sharing my own view of the world. One month it was night photography, the next colour landscape, and then it might be “street”- great for learning new techniques, but not for building a cohesive portfolio. Strong themes had begun to [...]

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Roger Coulam: The Gift of a Leica

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I have worked professionally for eight years now and have used several different film and digital camera systems, but using Leica was always an aspiration though I could never justify the costs. Apart from that, I have learned the hard way that a top-end camera can become your master. Although they can give you an [...]

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