About Photographer Clint Randall
Here’s me with my first proper camera
a Pentax ME Super 35mm, already a camera nerd at 14.
I’ve always been interested in Photography, as I kid I would spend most of my pocket money on film and processing. Back then it was so expensive that I used to write down the camera settings of every photo I took and then compare the results when the prints came back from the lab. It cemented the basics of aperture and shutter speeds in my head long before secondary school.
When I was 17 I got a job as a Trainee Photojournalist with the Oxford Journal. They sent me to Sheffield to study Photojournalism a couple of moths at a time for 3 years. I passed with distinction in 1990.
I stuck with press photography for 22 years and I had a ball, I got to meet some extraordinary people and experience things that I would never had experienced in any other job.
I stayed in Journalism for 22 years and loved it. But the internet and the iPhone pretty much killed it off for me. So I left my last paper, the Western Daily Press and set up Pixel in 2009.