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Redtempa

Redtempa

London, United Kingdom

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A photographer from London

NB: My Images Do Not Belong To The Public Domain.
All images are copyright © Redtempa. All The Materials Contained May Not Be Reproduced, Copied, Edited, Published, Transmitted Or Downloaded in Any Way. All Rights Reserved. Copying, altering, displaying or redistribution of any of these images without written permission from the artist is strictly prohibited

REDTEMPA LONDON BUBBLESITE

CATAGORIES

COLOUR PORTFOLIO

PORTRAITURE

PHOTOJOURNALISM

URBAN/STREET ART

ARCHITECTURAL

NATURE

SUBLIME GRIME

TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY

LONDON

PARIS

MARRAKECH

DORSET

FESTIVALS

  • Age: 35
  • Joined: July 2007

Journal

UNDER SURVEILLANCE

This is a collection of photography entitled Under Surveillance, hosted on Behance.com. / Some facts about CCTV in the UK; / Massive investment in CCTV cameras to prevent crime in the UK has failed to have a significant impact, despite billions of pounds spent on the new technology, a senior police officer piloting a new database has warned. Only 3% of street robberies in London were solved using…
Posted over 2 years – 3 comments

A YEAR IN ENGLAND

I’ve just uploaded my first 2012 calender, early I know! It still feels like summer in the UK thanks to a very late and long overdue ‘mini heatwave’ (nb: in Britain the press call 1 weeks worth of sunshine a ‘heatwave’… everywhere else this is considered ‘normal’). However Christmas and the new year is on the way and I thought I might just attempt…
Posted almost 3 years – 1 comments

HARDY COUNTRY

The Dorset Countryside, England, 2011 / Hosted on my Behance profile
Posted almost 3 years – 1 comments

London street photographers test their right to photograph on public space

I was recently made aware of this video made by the shoot experience team on Wirefresh. It highlights what photographers shooting in a public space in London can expect from private security guards working for firms or private property owners. It offers really useful advice about how to deal with such encounters and standing up for your rights as a photographer in a public space. / One thing I a…
Posted about 3 years – 12 comments