The Evening Standard

Photojournalism at The Evening Standard ‘Standard,Standard!’ – was the call from newspaper vendors throughout London since May 1827 when the paper was first published. ‘Read all about it’ was often heard as Londoners returned to their suburban homes. The Evening Standard has accompanied London commuters on their journey home updating people with the news of…

The Hulton Archive

Getty’s Hulton Collection In 1937 British publishing magnate Sir Edward Hulton, launched Picture Post magazine. He appointed Stefan Lorant as Editor. The Post became a publishing phenomenon. Throughout the war years, Picture Post was required reading in Britain – at times its ‘readership’ was reported at over 80% of the population. The magazine’s liberal, anti-Fascist,…

The Independent

Photojournalism at The Independent When The Independent newspaper arrived it was as if someone had lit the fuse on a firework. The dramatic use of pictures across many columns of the broadsheet newspaper were a revelation and other broadsheets tried to keep up with the trend. For a little while the photographers on a newspaper…

Guardian News & Media

Photojournalism at The Guardian & Observer Fleet Street’s Finest is delighted to bring to you the pictures of the Guardian’s photographers. The Guardian’s staff photographers are among the finest group of professional photographers in the World. Their brief has often been to not be beside all the other media but to take a separate path,…

Nell Gifford & Perlo

New Photographer – Andrew Fox

Fleet Street’s Finest are proud to announce a new member, Andrew Fox. Andrew began his career as a trainee on the Birmingham Post & Mail newspaper, after completing the National Council for the Training of Journalist’s photojournalism course in Sheffield in 1988. While still a trainee, Andrew won the Midlands Press Photographer of the Year…