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‘Flea Market Photobooks’
Most Recent: 16 / Jan / 2023

A series of reviews in which we hunt down and peruse the worthy, sometimes quirky, oft-forgotten treasures of the second hand photobook market.

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‘Writers Prize’
Most Recent: 29 / Nov / 2023

Published here are the runners-up from Source's prize for new writing about photography 2020-2023.

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‘In Development’
Most Recent: 13 / Apr / 2021

In which we ask artists to talk us through a photographic project still in its early stages of development. Focusing on a single image, detailing sources of inspiration and any hopes for the future debut of the work.

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‘Source Photo’
Most Recent: 04 / March / 2012

Source's erstwhile blog charting the comings and goings of the photography world from September 2011 to May 2017.

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‘Innocent Landscapes Revisited’
Most Recent: 14 / Oct / 2010

David Farrell documents his final visits to the locations of the bodies of ‘the disappeared’.

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