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Peter Turner – Paul Hill

Peter Turner, photographer and editor: born London 3 February 1947; died Wellington, New Zealand 1 August 2005. From The Independent, 9th August 2005, written by Paul Hill. Last reviewed/updated: Thursday, October 26, 2017

Peter Turner – David Brittain

This Peter Turner Obituary was written by David Brittain for Afterimage journal. Last reviewed/updated: Thursday, October 26, 2017

Peter Turner on Colin Osman

The idea of Creative Camera without Colin Osman as Editor and Publisher seems slightly absurd. The magazine he helped found to promote the worth of photography as a medium of personal expression has passed through a number of evolutionary phases, undergone several metamorphoses, even done the occasional chameleon act. But it has always been watched …

Creative Camera Jan-Dec 1977

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Creative Camera Jan-Dec 1976

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Creative Camera Jan-Dec 1987

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Kiss the Past Goodbye – Peter Turner

The following text by the late Peter Turner is reproduced from The New Zealand Centre for Photography web site (now closed). A slightly different version may also be found in ZoneZero Magazine. It was written by Peter Turner in 2002. Last reviewed/updated: Thursday, October 26, 2017

Recent Acquisitions

In the course of recreating this website, there were a few books I realised that I had never got around to adding to the library.  A quick visit to bookfinder.com resulted in me picking these up for remarkably cheap prices. Often the postage was more than the book! Last reviewed/updated: Saturday, December 30, 2017