Carters on the streets of Liverpool. Liverpool People by Stephen Shakeshaft is at the National Conservation Centre from 18 September 2009. Stephen is the former picture editor and chief photographer of the Liverpool Daily Post and Echo.
An old lady sits by candlelight. Many images in the exhibition Liverpool People come from Stephen Shakeshaft's personal archive. Often the pictures were taken on the spur of the moment between diary assignments.
Betty's Paradise. Sitting on a demolition site in front of Liverpool Cathedral. The pictures in the exhibition portray a period of great social change.
The scene in a Merseyside public wash house. Liverpool People features 70 photographs by Stephen Shakeshaft. It runs until 24 January, 2010.
Barrow girl Lizzie Christian, a familiar face in Liverpool City Centre for many years. "You can talk about the Capital of Culture, but Liverpool's culture has always been its people," says Stephen Shakeshaft.
Cilla Black's mother (right) at her stall in Paddy's Market. "Much of my work involved sport and news stories but there were often quieter periods when I might see an everyday scene making a great picture," says Stephen Shakeshaft.
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