News and Social Media Updates
The news section contains website and podcast news updates, new photography, photography project news, details on new photographic artwork added to the website shop, photography book updates, recent social media updates from Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and lots more.
Photography and Website Services
Richard Flint Photography provides a wide range of creative services including documentary and editorial photography, creative and editorial portraiture and more. Photoshop services, with over twenty five years of experience, are also available for repairing/restoring, retouching and copying photographs with quotations provided. Other services include WordPress website design and support, audio recording and more.
The portfolio section features a mix of commissioned and self-initiated photography work that includes landscape, creative portraiture and editorial/documentary projects. This section is constantly under development with new projects and images being added regularly.
Two photography blogs are currently active, the first blog ‘ The Richard Flint Photography blog’ launched in February 2007 with a growing archive covering classic and contemporary photography, photographic history, photographer profiles and more. The second blog page called Darker Skies is more of a personal photography blog. The weblog page contains four recent posts from each blog with links to the websites.
A variety of free PDF book downloads, 24-page photo zines from £5.29 and softcover/hardback editions of the photo book ‘Sea, Sky, Sand and Street‘ from £22 + postage are available via Blurb. iPad/iPhone Apple® iBooks® editions are also available via iTunes for £2.49.
Photobook: Sea, Sky Sand and Street
The photography book ‘Sea, Sky, Sand and Street‘ features 70 black and white photographs taken in locations around the English county of Norfolk using an iPhone. The photography is a mixture of street, landscape and documentary images, shot in a variety of rural, urban and coastal locations along the north Norfolk coast in 2011. The book is available to purchase via Blurb or directly from the photographer.