these three are my go to film cameras of choice. i have only recently been shooting medium format but i have fallen in love so to speak. i had the opurtunity to shoot a couple of rolls of ilford hp5 the other day and developed them at college. below are the shots that were shot … More My FavouriteCamera format
Gum Bichromate is a printing process from the 19th century that was highly regarded as the first colour printing method. any colour can be printed by using layers of different colour pigment and build the image very much like a painting. this therefore gives a huge tonal range and can create very beautiful images . … More Gum Bichromate
Cyanotype photography is a method in which chemical process meets the suns rays to fix an image into place on a surface. it primarily has a blue look and feel to it. one of the most famous photographers to harness and develop this process is Anna Atkins. originally she was a botanist in the early … More Cyanotype photogaphy
this shot was taken on Ilford xp2 on my Mamiya RB67 Pro s with 120 film back i used two 3d printers adaptors that means i could mount my 35mm film canister in the back as a 120 which then means the whole negative becomes exposed to light as opposed to just the 35mm area … More shooting 35 on 120 and split grade printing
There are many different varieties of filters for your camera, from UV filter’s to ND Grad filters and it can be a bit of a minefield deciding what you need for which scenario. below i will attempt to give a fairly comprehensive list of the filters that i have knowledge of and in what situation … More Filters!!
lumen printing is a Cameraless way of capturing photograms primarily using black and white photographic paper and usually natural materials and one massively key element that ties all this together THE SUN 🙂 now obviously one thing to bear in mind when lumen printing is how high the sun is in the sky to help … More Lumen Prints
We were asked to take some pinhole shots at college. “What is pinhole photography” i hear you ask. Well it is one of the most ancient methods and the purest in my opinion it is about light which is in itself what all photography is based on. The Camera Obscura is shown above it was … More Pinhole Photography!! . ( Thats a pinhole)
In this day in age we think of photographs as perfect representations of what we see on a day to day basis which means tones shapes colours and sharpness play a huge part of photography as a whole. lets look at the black and white masters of yesteryear. The first photographer that comes to mind … More Seeing the world In Monochrome
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The light in the crowed I feel like I am the word left unspoken Left classified and denied the rights of my human But identified and assumed as someone long gone Left fumbling in the dark of the crowd being a no one I feel…
while searching google for research purposes i stumbled onto an interesting article as shown below http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2015/feb/24/forensics-the-anatomy-of-crime-wellcome-collection-female-artists sally mann untitled 61, (series what remains) now it begs the question how do we determine when photography is art and when it isnt. does the image need to been taken with art in mind or can it be … More Using Forensic Photography as art??