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We talk with the master of British social reportage Homer Sykes, the man who documented Andy Warhol’s Factory and filmmaking as well as the Civil Rights Movement in America, Bob Adelman. We hear from internationally recognised architect John Pawson about the importance of photography to him in capturing light, shape and form. A film not to be missed by anybody interested in photography, photographers and the publishing process is How To Make A Book, which documents a year in the life of the German photographic publisher Gerhard Steidl. We speak to the two man team who made it.

We also speak with a team of filmmakers who are turning micro-budget filmmaking into and award winning art form and a representative from one of the most powerful photographic representation agency’s in the world Art + Commerce about the role of the agent today.

Each month Hungry Eye Contributing Editor Peter Dench delivers his ‘Diary of a Sometime Working Pro’ this month he delivers as usual and our Hungry Eye Technical Editor Tim Pellatt takes a look at the dark art of post production colour correction and grading.

All of this plus a look at recent books published featuring the work of legendary photographers Ryan McGinley, William Eggleston, Joel Sternfield and Arnold Newman.

98 pages of essential inspiration, information and entertainment not to be missed.