McCullin (2012) by David Morris and Jacqui Morris - Unsung Films
McCullin (2012), a documentary by David Morris and Jacqui Morris, reviewed by Hannah McHaffie for Unsung Films.
Don McCullin: болевые черно-белые точки
© Don McCullin, Cyprus, 1964 Дон МакКуллин родился в 1935 году в бедном районе Лондона. После службы в армии он занялся военной фотографией. Работал в горячих точках планеты - Камбоджа, Кипр, Конго, Вьетнам, Бангладеш, Сальвадор. Без преувеличения его можно назвать выдающимся военным фотографом…
Shaped by War - We Made This
We finally made our way over to the Imperial War Museum London yesterday to check out the excellent Don McCullin retrospective, Shaped by War, that’s been running there since October. McCullin is one of the world’s most respected photojournalists, best known for his war photography (though his street photography at home in the UK, as well as …
‘British Soldiers in The Bogside, Londonderry, Arresting a Catholic Youth’, Don McCullin, 1971, printed 2013 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘British Soldiers in The Bogside, Londonderry, Arresting a Catholic Youth’, Don McCullin, 1971, printed 2013
Family and wedding photography in Surrey and London
Family and wedding photography in Surrey and London. I'm a Surrey based photographer creating natural meaningful images that will stand the test of time.
Don McCullin — Artists
Photographer Don McCullin has witnessed some of the most harrowing humanitarian disasters of the last half-century, having covered every major conflict in his adult lifetime.
Don't miss this photo gallery accompanied by quotes from the photographer himself! Don McCullin: A Retrospective is on view at the NGC from 1 February until ...
Don McCullin: In England | National Science and Media Museum
This exhibition presented Don McCullin's personal vision of England: raw, powerful, compassionate images in photographs taken over a 50-year career.
‘Once photography gets a grip, you're captive’: Don McCullin and Giles Duley in conversation
On the eve of a major retrospective of Don McCullin’s work, the veteran photojournalist and the acclaimed photographer talk about growing up dyslexic, photographing suffering and the toll the job takes