Latest Issue of Hungry Eye Now Available – ‘The Essential Journal For Image Makers Everywhere’

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Hungry Eye magazine is still in its infancy, this is Issue 1 Vol 2 but it’s packed with great featues and we foresee this magazine having a great future. Gered Mankowitz is interviewed on his 50 Years of Rock & Roll photography. The legendary studio photographer tells Hungry Eye about his 50 year archive of iconic images.

Cinematographer Mark Richards and Director Julian Wallinger tell the story of this cult awakening and the making of the documentary, Backyard: The Movie.

Iconic image-maker Steve Shapiro talks to Hungry Eye about his work on the Godfather trilogy, Taxi Driver in this exclusive interview.

Zephie Begolo talks to Stephen Mayes about Tim Hetherington, his legacy and his discomfort with the title of ‘Hero’ and also examines the place of the war photographer. She explains the fascination that inspired her to shoot, after discovering Don McCullin’s Sleeping With Ghosts.

Award-Winning photojournalist Peter Dench reports back to Hungry Eye HQ on the trials and tribulations of a ‘sometime working pro’ in this, the first installment of Vol, 2 of the Dench Diary.

Cinematographer Hans Leysieffer explains his approach to this 60min slo-mo feature – Mediterranean Magical Moments and In a revealing piece, Hungry Eye Technical Editor, Tim Pellat dispels the myth of ‘crews’ in most walks of photo and film life. Here, Tim offers his thoughts on the topic, along with some savoury advice.

Max Hug Williams explains the trials of working in sub 40-degree temperatures whilst shooting his recent documentary – the first ever to capture footage of Siberian tiger cubs. Max also offers some words of wisdom for filmmakers moving to and working in 4K.

In this issue’s library, we discover the latest anthology of images as delivered by RANKIN. Entitled, ‘MORE’ this delivers an incredible overview of his career so far.

Click here to purchase an issue and to find out more.

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