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Book Launch Photoshoot

Posted by Anne Witton on Tuesday, February 26, 2013, In : Photo shoot 
Last night I was at the wonderful Lit and Phil library in Newcastle for the launch of Fiona Ritchie Walker's latest poetry book, The Second Week of the Soap. Fiona had a asked me to take a few photos of proceedings which was great fun, especially as there were so many friends and former colleagues from Traidcraft there. Here are a few of the pictures:
 


 

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The Second Week of the Soap

Posted by Anne Witton on Friday, January 25, 2013, In : Photo shoot 

Back in August, my friend - celebrated poet Fiona Ritchie Walker - asked me to shoot a cover photo for her latest book, The Second Week of the Soap. It was great fun doing the shoot, especially as the best type of soap turned out to be coal tar which brought back happy childhood memories of staying at my Gran's house.

Red Squirrel Press are holding a launch for Fiona's book, along with the debut pamphlet from Matthew Griffiths, How to be Late.

Date: Monday 25th February 2013
Time: 7pm
Venue: Lite...

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Book Review: Just My Type

Posted by Anne Witton on Friday, January 13, 2012, In : Book and magazine reviews 

Just My Type: A book about fonts by Simon Garfield


This was a Christmas present from my Mum and Dad who are obviously well aware of my geeky tendencies. It's actually a lot less geeky than it sounds, though, and would appeal to anyone who has an interest in design and an eye for stylish (or ugly) type and what it says about us.

Rather than being simply a chronological rundown of the history of type design, the book takes a much more anecdotal approach making it easy to dip in and out. There are...

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Book Review: The Art of iPhoneography

Posted by Anne Witton on Tuesday, July 26, 2011, In : Book and magazine reviews 
The Art of iPhoneography by Stephanie C Roberts


I was really looking forward to getting my hands on this book and it didn't disappoint. It's a really quick read, but there's enough in there to inspire you and get the creative juices flowing. Stephanie starts with a brief look at the basics of how to capture photos with an iPhone. I suspect most people will just skip this bit as I did. Then she looks at a few key apps for editing. It was interesting to find out the apps that she rates and...
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