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Another #CameraPixo issue published

Thanks again to CameraPixo for accepting and publishing another of my photos in their Exploring Landscapes issue. No Editor’s Award this time (see Poem of a Cacophonous City, & other blogposts), but there’ll be another time. This time is Railway Lines Silhouetted on page 53. This photo is available for licensing via my PhotoShelter Portfolio, Railway Lines Silhouetted.

Railway Lines Silhouetted, in Camera Pixo, 23 Feb 2015

Railway Lines Silhouetted, in Camera Pixo, 23 Feb 2015

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And the Camera Pixo Editor’s Choice Award goes to…

Wow! It’s me! And what makes it even more sweet is that it is for one of my favourite photos, Poem of a Cacophonous City: Go City, Go. This series of photos was taken on black and white film with an old style magical camera trick, invented long before the word “computer” was a thing. CameraPixo has just published their latest issue (No2), this time dedicated to my favourite kind of photography, black and white, titled The Moment. You’ll find this issue’s illustrious Five-Star Editor’s Choice award winner very humbly on page 54. On the way there (page 54) and past it, be sure to enjoy all the other great and wonderful images from around the world. It’s truly a great issue, and I’m so pleased to have one of my photos counted among a great set of photos from great international photographers. Finally, thanks to my Flattr microsponsors for your support, this is what it’s about.

ScreenShot Andrew's photo published in CameraPixo's The Moment issue No.2.

ScreenShot of Andrew’s photo published in CameraPixo’s The Moment issue No.2. http://issuu.com/camerapixo/docs/bw-camerapixo-02-online

Tearsheets

Recently, I had the bright idea of showing off my tear-sheets. Unfortunately, the only ones that are available are screen-shots off of websites. Some deals in the past didn’t allow me to get a copy of things like calendars, so this is the best I’ve got for the time being. If you purchase any of my images, I’d really appreciate a tear-sheet or a copy of the item that is using my image.


Tearsheets – Images by Andrew Blyth