The end of a long day yesterday. What a team! 
Photographers covering the Tall ships: Sam Barnes, Ginny brown and Alex Walker

The end of a long day yesterday. What a team!
Photographers covering the Tall ships: Sam Barnes, Ginny brown and Alex Walker

Yesterdays story ‘Pictures of the Day: Kenya and elsewhere’ on ‘Lens’ talks about many events happening around the world from political meetings to protests and riots.
http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/07/07/pictures-of-the-day-kenya-and-elsewhere-20/

Yesterdays story ‘Pictures of the Day: Kenya and elsewhere’ on ‘Lens’ talks about many events happening around the world from political meetings to protests and riots.

http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/07/07/pictures-of-the-day-kenya-and-elsewhere-20/

The article, ‘Red Devils’, by Stephan Vanfleteren talks about the Belgium team making it through the World Cup and into the quarter finals. Portraits have been taken of each member of the team for Vanfleteren’s book, ‘2014’.
http://www.panos.co.uk/stories/2-13-1687-2181/Stephan-Vanfleteren/Red-Devils/#

The article, ‘Red Devils’, by Stephan Vanfleteren talks about the Belgium team making it through the World Cup and into the quarter finals. Portraits have been taken of each member of the team for Vanfleteren’s book, ‘2014’.

http://www.panos.co.uk/stories/2-13-1687-2181/Stephan-Vanfleteren/Red-Devils/#

Photo taken this morning at Newquay airport on a shoot for Cartel Photos.
Shoot Photographer: Alex Walker
Assisting: Steve Beddoes

Photo taken this morning at Newquay airport on a shoot for Cartel Photos.

Shoot Photographer: Alex Walker

Assisting: Steve Beddoes

Yesterdays shoot at the Falmouth Docks with ‘Small Talk Theatre’. The workers at the docks were very helpful in adding effect to the shots taken.

Alex Walker on location for Cartel Photos at Gwithian, Cornwall this morning, shooting ‘Driftwood Surfboards’. Assisted by Steve Beddoes and Sam Robinson. 

Alex Walker on location for Cartel Photos at Gwithian, Cornwall this morning, shooting ‘Driftwood Surfboards’. Assisted by Steve Beddoes and Sam Robinson. 

Sam Robinson, our new intern at Cartel Photos picked out this story from ‘Lens’ from 2011, as his pick of the day.

He found it interesting to find out how diverse the lives of many children can be, due to their quality of living across the world. 

Erik Ravelo calls this powerful series of photographs “The untouchables”. The work reveals children being crussified to their supposed oppressor in order to convey the right of children and protect them from abuse. Unidentified, these children show their vulnerability, innocence and how easy is to manipulate them. First photograph refers to paedophilia in the Vatican. Second image refers to child sexual trafficking and kidnapping in tourism. Where as the rest of the images indicate towards the war in Syria, trafficking of orgasms on the black market as well as obesity. 

To view more of his work, go to: http://erikravelo.info/los-intocables/

Here are a few portraits from the LEP taken on the 6th of June 2014 at the Royal Cornwall Showground. Two of our current Press & Editorial Photography students were involved in this event to run an on location studio on behalf of Cartel Photos. Scott Garfitt as out main photographer and Jamie Cook as his assistant. 

The Cornwall and Isle of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) was first launched on May in 2011.  Now, the partnership has provided growth and development of new local jobs in the South West.

Toxic Beauty by Kacper Kowalski

Kacper Kowalski likes to combine his passion towards paragliding and photography in order to produce a powerful series of images entitled ‘Toxic Beauty’.  Each image possesses man made stains left on the land and the extent of human greed.