Hidden underneath a busy south London street is a piece of history rarely seen by Londoners. It’s called the Crystal Palace Subway and a group of local volunteers wants to reopen it to the public.
Accessible mostly during London Open Days, the subway – or foot passage – forms part of a former railway station that once connected central London to the actual Crystal Palace which stood where the Crystal Palace park is now. The 150-year old Crystal Palace Subway – while not in
If you’ve ever used your mobile camera to photograph an event – be it a gig, somebody’s birthday party or a fellow passenger on the bus – and then subsequently posted the picture online for everyone to see, you must have asked yourself a question: is this morally ok to do that?
‘Cause if you haven’t, you might want to read this brilliant and rather shocking piece by Paul Carr, “After Fort Hood, another example of how ‘citizen journalists’ can’t handle the truth”. Whether you
Photography, video and photojournalism – the New York Times has just launched a new photoblog, called Lens. I’m loving the fact that more and more newspapers – like The Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mirror and now NYT – go beyond the written word and quick videos and have separate blogs on photography and photojournalism. They’re all different – some offer a peek behind the scenes, a look at the work of photojournalists, some offer tips, others are more personal. Lens combine
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