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private:robkavanaghphotography-2 1302358 May 31st, 2019 12:00AM Rob Kavanagh Photography 5 1.00 Open Photography May 31st, 2019 01:39PM May 31st, 2019 01:39PM Everyone’s a photographer these days. I do it because I can’t really help it. I see things. Little juxtapositions and oddservations that everyone else surely notices, but I just can’t leave them be. I see things that aren’t even there too. Like a narrative playing out in a scene. Or, a surrealist take on the inanimate or ordinary. Well, it’s faster than painting it. It seems my brain is hardwired for recurrent themes. There’s a bit of an obsession with details. Chiaroscuro. Cloudscapes. And cards. A lot of this undoubtedly stems from the inspiration I’ve stolen over the years from the likes of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bill Brandt, Alfred Stieglitz (for the clouds), Elliot Erwitt, Martin Parr, Gregory Crewdson and most recently Trent Parke. And, like most of them, I strive for purity. I prefer natural light, and working in-camera. Alright then, maybe a little Photoshop from time to time. Sales: If you’d like a print to call your own, then you can buy one right here on this website: http://photo.robkavanagh.com Or, if you’d like to use an image for commercial purposes, you’re not alone. Join the likes of Condé Nast, Rough Guide, The Times, Diageo and Land Rover UK by effortlessly purchasing my images through alamy, here: http://bit.ly/robkavalamy Open Photography, Image library Open Surbiton London GB
private:robkavanaghphotography-2 1302358 Mar 23rd, 2018 12:00AM Rob Kavanagh Photography 5 1.00 Open Photography Mar 23rd, 2017 10:51AM Mar 23rd, 2017 10:51AM Everyone’s a photographer these days. I do it because I can’t really help it. I see things. Little juxtapositions and oddservations that everyone else surely notices, but I just can’t leave them be. I see things that aren’t even there too. Like a narrative playing out in a scene. Or, a surrealist take on the inanimate or ordinary. Well, it’s faster than painting it. It seems my brain is hardwired for recurrent themes. There’s a bit of an obsession with details. Chiaroscuro. Cloudscapes. And cards. A lot of this undoubtedly stems from the inspiration I’ve stolen over the years from the likes of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bill Brandt, Alfred Stieglitz (for the clouds), Elliot Erwitt, Martin Parr, Gregory Crewdson and most recently Trent Parke. And, like most of them, I strive for purity. I prefer natural light, and working in-camera. Alright then, maybe a little Photoshop from time to time. Sales: If you’d like a print to call your own, then you can buy one right here on this website: http://photo.robkavanagh.com Or, if you’d like to use an image for commercial purposes, you’re not alone. Join the likes of Condé Nast, Rough Guide, The Times, Diageo and Land Rover UK by effortlessly purchasing my images through alamy, here: http://bit.ly/robkavalamy
private:robkavanaghphotography-2 1302358 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM Rob Kavanagh Photography 5 1.00 Open Photography Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Everyone’s a photographer these days. I do it because I can’t really help it. I see things. Little juxtapositions and oddservations that everyone else surely notices, but I just can’t leave them be. I see things that aren’t even there too. Like a narrative playing out in a scene. Or, a surrealist take on the inanimate or ordinary. Well, it’s faster than painting it. It seems my brain is hardwired for recurrent themes. There’s a bit of an obsession with details. Chiaroscuro. Cloudscapes. And cards. A lot of this undoubtedly stems from the inspiration I’ve stolen over the years from the likes of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bill Brandt, Alfred Stieglitz (for the clouds), Elliot Erwitt, Martin Parr, Gregory Crewdson and most recently Trent Parke. And, like most of them, I strive for purity. I prefer natural light, and working in-camera. Alright then, maybe a little Photoshop from time to time. Sales: If you’d like a print to call your own, then you can buy one right here on this website: http://photo.robkavanagh.com Or, if you’d like to use an image for commercial purposes, you’re not alone. Join the likes of Condé Nast, Rough Guide, The Times, Diageo and Land Rover UK by effortlessly purchasing my images through alamy, here: http://bit.ly/robkavalamy
private:robkavanaghphotography-2 1302358 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM Rob Kavanagh Photography 5 1.00 Open Photography Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Everyone’s a photographer these days. I do it because I can’t really help it. I see things. Little juxtapositions and oddservations that everyone else surely notices, but I just can’t leave them be. I see things that aren’t even there too. Like a narrative playing out in a scene. Or, a surrealist take on the inanimate or ordinary. Well, it’s faster than painting it. It seems my brain is hardwired for recurrent themes. There’s a bit of an obsession with details. Chiaroscuro. Cloudscapes. And cards. A lot of this undoubtedly stems from the inspiration I’ve stolen over the years from the likes of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bill Brandt, Alfred Stieglitz (for the clouds), Elliot Erwitt, Martin Parr, Gregory Crewdson and most recently Trent Parke. And, like most of them, I strive for purity. I prefer natural light, and working in-camera. Alright then, maybe a little Photoshop from time to time. Sales: If you’d like a print to call your own, then you can buy one right here on this website: http://photo.robkavanagh.com Or, if you’d like to use an image for commercial purposes, you’re not alone. Join the likes of Condé Nast, Rough Guide, The Times, Diageo and Land Rover UK by effortlessly purchasing my images through alamy, here: http://bit.ly/robkavalamy
private:robkavanaghphotography-2 1302358 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM Rob Kavanagh Photography 5 1.00 Open Photography Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Everyone’s a photographer these days. I do it because I can’t really help it. I see things. Little juxtapositions and oddservations that everyone else surely notices, but I just can’t leave them be. I see things that aren’t even there too. Like a narrative playing out in a scene. Or, a surrealist take on the inanimate or ordinary. Well, it’s faster than painting it. It seems my brain is hardwired for recurrent themes. There’s a bit of an obsession with details. Chiaroscuro. Cloudscapes. And cards. A lot of this undoubtedly stems from the inspiration I’ve stolen over the years from the likes of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bill Brandt, Alfred Stieglitz (for the clouds), Elliot Erwitt, Martin Parr, Gregory Crewdson and most recently Trent Parke. And, like most of them, I strive for purity. I prefer natural light, and working in-camera. Alright then, maybe a little Photoshop from time to time. Sales: If you’d like a print to call your own, then you can buy one right here on this website: http://photo.robkavanagh.com Or, if you’d like to use an image for commercial purposes, you’re not alone. Join the likes of Condé Nast, Rough Guide, The Times, Diageo and Land Rover UK by effortlessly purchasing my images through alamy, here: http://bit.ly/robkavalamy
private:robkavanaghphotography-2 1302358 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM Rob Kavanagh Photography 5 1.00 Open Photography Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Everyone’s a photographer these days. I do it because I can’t really help it. I see things. Little juxtapositions and oddservations that everyone else surely notices, but I just can’t leave them be. I see things that aren’t even there too. Like a narrative playing out in a scene. Or, a surrealist take on the inanimate or ordinary. Well, it’s faster than painting it. It seems my brain is hardwired for recurrent themes. There’s a bit of an obsession with details. Chiaroscuro. Cloudscapes. And cards. A lot of this undoubtedly stems from the inspiration I’ve stolen over the years from the likes of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bill Brandt, Alfred Stieglitz (for the clouds), Elliot Erwitt, Martin Parr, Gregory Crewdson and most recently Trent Parke. And, like most of them, I strive for purity. I prefer natural light, and working in-camera. Alright then, maybe a little Photoshop from time to time. Sales: If you’d like a print to call your own, then you can buy one right here on this website: http://photo.robkavanagh.com Or, if you’d like to use an image for commercial purposes, you’re not alone. Join the likes of Condé Nast, Rough Guide, The Times, Diageo and Land Rover UK by effortlessly purchasing my images through alamy, here: http://bit.ly/robkavalamy
private:robkavanaghphotography-2 1302358 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM Rob Kavanagh Photography 5 1.00 Open Photography Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Everyone’s a photographer these days. I do it because I can’t really help it. I see things. Little juxtapositions and oddservations that everyone else surely notices, but I just can’t leave them be. I see things that aren’t even there too. Like a narrative playing out in a scene. Or, a surrealist take on the inanimate or ordinary. Well, it’s faster than painting it. It seems my brain is hardwired for recurrent themes. There’s a bit of an obsession with details. Chiaroscuro. Cloudscapes. And cards. A lot of this undoubtedly stems from the inspiration I’ve stolen over the years from the likes of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bill Brandt, Alfred Stieglitz (for the clouds), Elliot Erwitt, Martin Parr, Gregory Crewdson and most recently Trent Parke. And, like most of them, I strive for purity. I prefer natural light, and working in-camera. Alright then, maybe a little Photoshop from time to time. Sales: If you’d like a print to call your own, then you can buy one right here on this website: http://photo.robkavanagh.com Or, if you’d like to use an image for commercial purposes, you’re not alone. Join the likes of Condé Nast, Rough Guide, The Times, Diageo and Land Rover UK by effortlessly purchasing my images through alamy, here: http://bit.ly/robkavalamy
private:robkavanaghphotography-2 1302358 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM Rob Kavanagh Photography 5 1.00 Open Photography Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Everyone’s a photographer these days. I do it because I can’t really help it. I see things. Little juxtapositions and oddservations that everyone else surely notices, but I just can’t leave them be. I see things that aren’t even there too. Like a narrative playing out in a scene. Or, a surrealist take on the inanimate or ordinary. Well, it’s faster than painting it. It seems my brain is hardwired for recurrent themes. There’s a bit of an obsession with details. Chiaroscuro. Cloudscapes. And cards. A lot of this undoubtedly stems from the inspiration I’ve stolen over the years from the likes of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bill Brandt, Alfred Stieglitz (for the clouds), Elliot Erwitt, Martin Parr, Gregory Crewdson and most recently Trent Parke. And, like most of them, I strive for purity. I prefer natural light, and working in-camera. Alright then, maybe a little Photoshop from time to time. Sales: If you’d like a print to call your own, then you can buy one right here on this website: http://photo.robkavanagh.com Or, if you’d like to use an image for commercial purposes, you’re not alone. Join the likes of Condé Nast, Rough Guide, The Times, Diageo and Land Rover UK by effortlessly purchasing my images through alamy, here: http://bit.ly/robkavalamy
private:robkavanaghphotography-2 1302358 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM Rob Kavanagh Photography 5 1.00 Open Photography Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Everyone’s a photographer these days. I do it because I can’t really help it. I see things. Little juxtapositions and oddservations that everyone else surely notices, but I just can’t leave them be. I see things that aren’t even there too. Like a narrative playing out in a scene. Or, a surrealist take on the inanimate or ordinary. Well, it’s faster than painting it. It seems my brain is hardwired for recurrent themes. There’s a bit of an obsession with details. Chiaroscuro. Cloudscapes. And cards. A lot of this undoubtedly stems from the inspiration I’ve stolen over the years from the likes of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bill Brandt, Alfred Stieglitz (for the clouds), Elliot Erwitt, Martin Parr, Gregory Crewdson and most recently Trent Parke. And, like most of them, I strive for purity. I prefer natural light, and working in-camera. Alright then, maybe a little Photoshop from time to time. Sales: If you’d like a print to call your own, then you can buy one right here on this website: http://photo.robkavanagh.com Or, if you’d like to use an image for commercial purposes, you’re not alone. Join the likes of Condé Nast, Rough Guide, The Times, Diageo and Land Rover UK by effortlessly purchasing my images through alamy, here: http://bit.ly/robkavalamy
private:robkavanaghphotography-2 1302358 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM Rob Kavanagh Photography 5 1.00 Open Photography Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Everyone’s a photographer these days. I do it because I can’t really help it. I see things. Little juxtapositions and oddservations that everyone else surely notices, but I just can’t leave them be. I see things that aren’t even there too. Like a narrative playing out in a scene. Or, a surrealist take on the inanimate or ordinary. Well, it’s faster than painting it. It seems my brain is hardwired for recurrent themes. There’s a bit of an obsession with details. Chiaroscuro. Cloudscapes. And cards. A lot of this undoubtedly stems from the inspiration I’ve stolen over the years from the likes of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bill Brandt, Alfred Stieglitz (for the clouds), Elliot Erwitt, Martin Parr, Gregory Crewdson and most recently Trent Parke. And, like most of them, I strive for purity. I prefer natural light, and working in-camera. Alright then, maybe a little Photoshop from time to time. Sales: If you’d like a print to call your own, then you can buy one right here on this website: http://photo.robkavanagh.com Or, if you’d like to use an image for commercial purposes, you’re not alone. Join the likes of Condé Nast, Rough Guide, The Times, Diageo and Land Rover UK by effortlessly purchasing my images through alamy, here: http://bit.ly/robkavalamy

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