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Goodbye Disphotic

After ten years of maintaining Disphotic, I’ve decided to take it offline.

There’s still much about the blog that I’m proud of, particularly the way it was able to stir debate about unethical behaviour in the photography world. But at the same time many of the pieces on it were written quickly and were of a particular moment, but don’t always adequately reflect the way I feel about things now.

I’m currently in the process of editing some of the better posts, and some from other titles that I’ve written for over the last decade, and these will soon be avaliable in book form from my online shop. I continue to write elsewhere and you can always find out about my current writing projects here.

All that remains is to everyone has supported Disphotic, my writing, and my photography, a big thanks.


About the author

Lewis Bush

Lewis Bush works across different media and platforms to make structures and cultures of power visible. He has exhibited, published, and spoken about his work internationally, is acting course leader of MA photojournalism and documentary photography at University of the Arts London, and runs workshops from his studio in London. From September 2020 he will be an ESRC funded PhD candidate at the London School of Economics researching automation's impact on visual journalism.

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