The British have had their fair share of shocks and surprises over recent weeks. If Brexit and its subsequent resignation spree weren’t enough, this incredible photograph captured by press photographer Peter Macdiarmid of a levitating prime minister will finally convince us the UK has lost its feet.
Of course Mr Cameron isn’t really levitating. Instead, and much to our relief it quickly becomes apparent that a common photography quirk is at play whereby an optical illusion between Cameron’s right Continue reading →
This is usually a story best left for undisputed king of Photoshop gaffes Kim Jung-un. North Korea’s young dictator often enjoys pseudo-appearances and missing shadows. However now the leader of the UK Conservative party and current serving prime minister can boast of an editing mishap of his own. It’s all a bit poppycock really.
There’s no doubting the clumsy, rushed attempt was an error in judgement Continue reading →
Earlier this morning news broke concerning allegations that the Prime minister of the United Kingdom had performed an egregious act on a dead animal during an initiation into the infamous Bullingdon Club. The story was revealed in a a new book Call me Dave: The Unauthorised Biographywhich backs up its statements saying a source close to the MP has seen photographic evidence of the lewd act. We ask, can a photograph bring down a government?
How would you fare if a news publication offered you to “name your price” for a photograph from your archive that you knew was likely to be taken out of context? That’s exactly the conundrum photographer Samuel Hardy was faced with last Saturday when approached about a photograph he’d taken of Jeremy Corbyn at a pro-Palestine march in 2012.
For those that haven’t been following recent events in the UK, left wing veteran Continue reading →