Per­sons of In­ter­est

Amateur Photographer - - Your Letters -

What a fan­tas­tic is­sue AP 29 Septem­ber is. I have been an AP junkie for years as every week you pro­duce won­der­ful sur­prises. I am addicted to my weekly fix. But this week I have been treated to an ex­cep­tion­ally high dose of my med­i­ca­tion with all those great en­vi­ron­men­tal por­traits in your Round Five Per­sons of In­ter­est APOY.

My favourite genre in pho­tog­ra­phy is en­vi­ron­men­tal por­traits, which is very hard to do well and ex­plains why most pho­tog­ra­phers avoid this spe­cial­ity. I love the adrenalin rush of work­ing with peo­ple, and loved every im­age in this APOY round and ap­pre­ci­ate the skills of each pho­tog­ra­pher.

Also this lat­est of­fer­ing by Harry Bor­den of Hil­lary Clin­ton to­gether with his story was mas­ter­ful. Harry cer­tainly knows his game and I am a great ad­mirer of his work pro­duced un­der such great pres­sures. This piece shows that ev­ery­one who courts the pub­lic to pro­mote their cause needs to co- op­er­ate with and re­spect the me­dia, no mat­ter how great the in­di­vid­ual may think they are.

Thank you to your whole team for their hard work in pro­duc­ing the mag­a­zine each week. John Hey­wood

John loves his weekly fix of AP

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