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Peter Reid

Peter Reid

Houghton Le Spring, United Kingdom

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Born 1946 in County Durham, England, Peter Reid retired from teaching in 2002 and immediately returned to his University, subsequently gaining MA photography. Since then he has developed an interest in Human Rights and their impact upon the life of a photographer. He is a former member of the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain and a past member of The Royal Musical Association. He is currently researching on two fronts, the Photographers Human Rights and European Gothic Architecture with a view to publication. In 2007 he was elected an associate member of The Royal Photographic Society.

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Exhibitions

November 2007 – ‘Stairway to Heaven’ – Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art
October 2011 – ‘Passage Au Ciel’ – Office du Tourisme, Aude en Pyrénées
March 2012 – ‘Noir, Blanc et Pierre’ – 11230 Chalabre, France
April 2012 – ‘Noir, Blanc et Pierre d’Italie’ – 11190 Couiza, France

Forthcoming Exhibitions

May 2015 – ‘La Haute Vallée’ – 11300 Limoux, France

Nantes/Brest Canal selected for The Royal Photographic Society’s 2009 Members’ Exhibition

All of my exhibition images are true photographic prints produced for me by Colorworld Imaging.

Redbubble Galleries

Architecture
Aviation
Baroque Architecture
Brussels, Belgium
Birds
Bridges
Carcassonne
Castles
Churches
Coleshill
European Landmarks
Fog
Follies and Grottos
France
French Architecture
Gothic Architecture
Historic Churches
Italian Architecture
Journey Through France 2010
Landscape
Lausanne, Switzerland
London
Mausolea
Narbonne
Nautical
Naval Architecture
Night
Paris
Quillan, Languedoc
Railways
Rivesaltes
Statues and Sculpture
Streets
Sunderland
The Girl from Yesterday
Water

Other on-line Galleries:

Avalone
Artmajeur
Royal Photographic Society
Saatchi Online Gallery

Matters of Conscience

Jacques Bonsergent
Jean Charles de Menezes
Liberty and Human Rights
The photographer v the State

Equipment currently in use

medium format
Mamiya 645 super
DSLR (FX)
Nikon D700
Nikkor 28-200mm f/3.5/5.6
Nikkor 17-35mm f/2.8
Nikkor 85mm f/1.4D
Nikkor 50mm f/1.8G
Nikkor 35mm f/2D
DSLR (DX)
Nikon D80
Nikkor 70-300mm f/3.5-5.6
Nikkor 28-80mm
SLR
Nikon F60
Olympus OM2
Compact
Pentax Espio 105R
Pentax Espio 140
Pentax Optio E35

Epson R1800 printer

© Copyright Peter Reid 2009. All rights reserved

Please email queries to me at:: peter.reid@dunelm.org.uk

  • Joined: February 2008

Journal

Getting to know Jesus

I am indebted to the UK Daily Maily (the issue published in Europe) for the following: / Sign on a billboard outside a church in South Carolina.. / “honk if you love Jesus.. / text while driving if you would like to meet Him.."
Posted about 3 years – Leave a comment

Timeline of European Architecture

800BC-400BC Etruscan / 750BC-AD250 Ancient Greece / 700BC-300BC Ancient Rome / 400BC-AD700 Roman / 300BC-200BC Early Classical / 700-1050 Pre-Romanesque/Early Christian / 1. Merovingian 475-780 / 2. Carolingian 775-890 / 3. Ottonian 950-1050 / 4. Asturian 711-910 / 1000-1250 Kiev / 1050-1175 Romanesque / 1066-1190 Norman / 1120-1220 Romanesque Brick / 1150-1550 Gothic / Gothic styles in England: …
Posted over 4 years – 2 comments

Tailgaters Beware

Driving through La Belle France the other week an old friend was concentrating so hard on the cameras, as one does, that he went past a car at a high rate of knots and only got a glimpse of the sign in the back window. / All of his family clamoured for a closer look so he slowed and when the vehicle went past he then tailgated to read the sign: / “Je ne suis pas un chien. Ne mettez pas votr…
Posted over 5 years – Leave a comment

Featured Work

The following artists’ work have been featured in the ‘Strictly Gothic’ group effective 14th March 2009. / theBFG – ‘Villers Abbey’ / kilmann – ‘Cathedral of Lausanne’ / Peter Hill – ‘The Grace Hotel – Sydney’ / bkyshef- ‘Wells Cathedral’ / blueclover – ‘York Minster’ / The new group icon &…
Posted over 5 years – Leave a comment