Sixty Years in Sixty Minutes

by Don Jacklin (Author)
Unlimited loans, One at a time

This is a portfolio of a mixed bag of events, and objects that have caught my eye and been recorded as of interest to me. Ilford?s old slogan ?For Faces and Places,? was very apt. It could take just sixty minutes to look through the book or you may want to look through sixty times who knows? It spans a sixty-year period of life which has passed by my lens. I have selected the most memorable ones, which are likely to mean more to viewers beyond the family circle so to speak. Photography can be so, so personal I have found. Many of these images can never be repeated. Some will stand the test of time better than others. I would like to think that British Amateur Photojournalism never dies and ordinary people such as myself can and will make the effort to continue recording for posterity. In black and white please, it has for me and many enthusiasts alike, an archaic charm that no other art form can beat.

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Publication date
April 28, 2021
Page count
Paper ISBN
File size
51 MB