Robert Howlett's 1857 photograph of Brunel is one of the great portraits of the Victorian era, writes David Clark
Eve Arnold’s integrity, natural photographic ability and steely determination made her one of the world’s top photojournalists. David Clark looks at her life and work
W. Eugene Smith led a troubled but eventful life and his groundbreaking photo essays have inspired generations of photojournalists, David Clark writes about W. Eugene Smith's life and work 1918-1978
Icons of Photography - Iconic Photograph - V-J Day in Times square - Alfred Eisenstaedt
Alfred Stieglitz was one of photography’s great pioneers and a tireless advocate of the medium as an art form. David Clark looks at Alfred Stieglitz's long and productive career
Tom Stoddart’s powerful picture captures a real-life act of greed but it’s publication directly helped famine victims, writes David Clark
Icons of Photography - Iconic photographer Elliott Erwitt: 1928 - present - Elliott Erwitt’s observant, insightful and often humorous images make him a unique figure in world photography, David Clark looks at some of his work
ICONS OF PHOTOGRAPHY -ICONIC photograph Muhammad Ali vs Sonny Liston : Neil Leifer’s iconic picture captures one of the 20th century’s greatest sportsmen at his peak. David Clark looks at the story behind the image
Martin Munkácsi’s dynamic 1930s photograph inspired Henri Cartier-Bresson, who in turn influenced generations of photojournalists. David Clark finds out what makes the image so special
Roger Fenton was a pioneer of photography, who produced some of the best photographs of his era and was the first official war photographer. David Clark looks at his life and work
Magnum and National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry is arguably one of the top photojournalists working today. David Clark looks at his busy and productive career
David Clark on the life of Bob Carlos Clarke, the creative yet tragic photographer whose provocative work and outspoken opinions concealed a dark side to his personality, we find out why his images are seen as Iconic within Photography.
Despite strict reporting restrictions imposed by the US Government, David Turnley’s Photograph became the iconic image from the 1991 Gulf War. David Clark tells its story
Dennis Stock’s atmospheric photograph of Hollywood actor James Dean is one of the great movie-star portraits. We look at why this image is seen as an Icon of Photography.
After 20 years with the Daily Express, David Cairns joined Today, Britain’s first national colour newspaper, in 1986 until it closed in 1996. He talks to Bob Aylott about four horrific days in Belfast and the picture that helped change…