31 May

Zhalong Wetlands – China’s Wetlands Crisis

Posted by Sean Gallagher in on assignment

  It has been a little while since my last update here on the blog, for which I apologise. It has been a very busy few weeks with lots of shoots and lots of travels. As a way to say thanks for your patience (if you have dropped in on here recently and found no […]

18 May

For the Fashion Conscious Canon Shooter…

Posted by Sean Gallagher in News

  With summer almost upon us, I know many photographers are wondering what on earth their wardrobe contains that will ensure they stand out from the crowds of other photographers this season. Forget scarves. In case something goes wrong with your camera, why not have a t-shirt which doubles as a mini schematic of how […]

16 May

Dongting – A Lake in Flux

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Video | One comment

Followers of my blog will know that since last summer, I have been working on a project photographing and creating multimedia reports about the state of China’s wetlands, sponsored by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. The above video is the third in a series of seven that I am producing. Four and five are […]

13 May

Burn – Emerging Photographer Fund – 2 Days to Go

Posted by Sean Gallagher in News

Just a very quick reminder to readers here that there are only 2 days left to submit your entry to the Burn/David Alan Harvey Emerging Photographer Fund. This is a wonderful opportunity for photographers with a very substantial $15,000 for the chosen work. Please take a moment to read an article I wrote in January […]

9 May

Do You Worry About Taking Too Many Pictures?

Posted by Sean Gallagher in News

If you do, don’t. Here is one reason why… “During his trip, Robert Frank shot 767 rolls of film yielding about 27,000 images. He edited that down to about 1,000 work prints, spread them across the floor of his studio and tacked them to the walls for a final edit. Out of a year and […]

8 May

Why Care About Water?

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Video

Regular readers here and followers of my work will know that the main focus of my photography is on environmental issues. In recent years, notably on access and availability of water in Asia, specifically China. I came across this short video on the National Geographic website that I wanted to share here with you. It […]

5 May

Washington DC Environmental Film Festival

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Events

March 15-27 saw the holding of the Washington DC Environmental Film Festival in America’s capital. It was a showcase of short films made about environmental issues around the world and I was lucky enough to have been invited to show some of my recent work from China, as part of the presentation given by the […]

2 May

Restrepo & Sleeping Soldiers

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Video

I’ve been debating with myself over the past week whether or not to write a post on the subject of the loss of Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros. I did not known these men personally. I coincidentally know many of their friends very well but I had never been lucky enough to meet them myself. […]