The Legacy of your Photography

1/08/2019 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

The Legacy of your Photography

This is a special video, our friend Sean Tucker sits down with his Grandfather, Dennis Field, as he talks through his photo albums from his years in the Royal Navy, from 1945-1947. He traded a box of player cigarettes for a box brownie camera in Hong Kong in late 1945 and proceeded to take photos of his two years of service.



On top of listening to some of his stories, and seeing his images, Sean also offers some thoughts on how this has challenged him to look at his work beyond today, and start to think about how his images might tell stories to future generations, showing what life was like in his day and time.

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About Sean Tucker:

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London based Professional Photographer and Filmmaker. Unsurprisingly, I mostly post nerdy photography stuff.

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