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Clapton Fox's Scan Brown Mink by Ben Lankester

David Knight - 25th Jan 2011

A simple, very watchable tale of furniture-wrangling for the almost certainly East London-based Clapton Fox, by Ben Lankester.

A simple, very watchable tale of furniture-wrangling for the almost certainly East London-based Clapton Fox, by Ben Lankester. Ben, who shot this himself on a 7D and a couple of Canon lenses, wisely focusses on limpid beauty Georgia Frost (<em>insert Clapton Fox joke here - ed</em>) and her stroll through peaceful, idyllic Hackney. But there's also some fine stills portraits in this of stall holders in Dalston Market by Edward Lovelace - shot on an old Olympus OM-1 using (wait for it) 35mm film. Wonders.

Ben, who shot this himself on a 7D and a couple of Canon lenses, wisely focusses on limpid beauty Georgia Frost (insert Clapton Fox joke here - ed) and her stroll through peaceful, idyllic Hackney.

A simple, very watchable tale of furniture-wrangling for the almost certainly East London-based Clapton Fox, by Ben Lankester. Ben, who shot this himself on a 7D and a couple of Canon lenses, wisely focusses on limpid beauty Georgia Frost (<em>insert Clapton Fox joke here - ed</em>) and her stroll through peaceful, idyllic Hackney. But there's also some fine stills portraits in this of stall holders in Dalston Market by Edward Lovelace - shot on an old Olympus OM-1 using (wait for it) 35mm film. Wonders.

But there's also some fine stills portraits in this of stall holders in Dalston Market by Edward Lovelace - shot on an old Olympus OM-1 using (wait for it) 35mm film. Wonders.

A simple, very watchable tale of furniture-wrangling for the almost certainly East London-based Clapton Fox, by Ben Lankester. Ben, who shot this himself on a 7D and a couple of Canon lenses, wisely focusses on limpid beauty Georgia Frost (<em>insert Clapton Fox joke here - ed</em>) and her stroll through peaceful, idyllic Hackney. But there's also some fine stills portraits in this of stall holders in Dalston Market by Edward Lovelace - shot on an old Olympus OM-1 using (wait for it) 35mm film. Wonders.

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Robert Kaniepien
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Ben Lankester

David Knight - 25th Jan 2011

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