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I went to the Funeral of Lady Thatcher to take pictures and witness the final passing of this highly controversial, divisive, iconic public figure. For better or for worse, her legacy remains with us today, and has even made it’s way into New Labour.
I went to London with two other photographer pals, with the intention of taking some snaps and sending them to the UK national press on spec. I had no order from any newspaper, so I was free to pick my own spot on the funeral procession route. Several hours before the the time, I chose to place myself on a brick wall on be opposite side of the road to the Royal Courts of Justice on The Strand. A nice backdrop for the gun carriage passing by and importantly, not many other snappers at that spot, so less competition if something interesting presents itself. When the gun carriage procession with the Iron Lady’s coffin slowly approached from the Aldwych end of the street, i noticed this man in a suit who had climbed atop a red telephone box reveal his flag. He started shout loudly ‘Thankyou Maggy! Thankyou!’ over and over. I new that’d he’d make a good shot. I shot the procession passing by on a wide angle lens on one cammera body, then quickly switched to my second body with 70-200mm lens to pick off a load of shots of the man. I knew I had something worth sending in. Half an hour later I sent a selection of shots to the UK press picture desks. On a news day like that, picture desks receive a huge amount of images from their staff, from subscription-paid agencies and from on-spec pictures. I believe The Sun had to sift through about 50,000 images.
Next day, i checked the papers and saw that The Sun and The Telegraph had both published my image.
Getting a picture published when there is so much competition from world-class snappers, now thats a nice feeling
NEWSWEEK POLSKA Professor Norman Davies, St. Anthony’s College, Oxford University.
Eminent historian, noted author and Polonist. 2010. ©Stan Kujawa
published in Newsweek Polska, 15.08.10.
Prof. Norman Davies is a prolific author of many historical tomes, especially on Poland, where they are widely available translated.
NEWSWEEK POLSKA Andrzej Krauze, Veteran political cartoonist for the Polish trade union Solidarnosc during the 1980’s.
Now a contributor to ‘The Guardian’ Rzeczpospolita etc. Pictured in his Chelsea studio. November 2012. ©Stan Kujawa
NEWSWEEK POLSKA Aleksandra Jasińska-Kania,
Daughter of the First post-war Polish President Boleslaw Bierut. Leeds, UK. December 2012. ©Stan Kujawa. All Rights Reserved.