This weeks Film Friday post comes from Easter 2019 and another roll of Ilford FP4+ through the Zero Image 2000 pinhole camera. This time from a walk at low tide between the Cornish beaches of Lusty Glaze and The Great Western Beach.
Towards the end of 2019 I came to the realisation that I have A LOT of developed film sitting in storage files mostly not digitised. For 2020 I have set myself a ‘New Years Resolution’ to scan and publish one roll a week through my social medias and this blog. Today kicks that off! ThisContinue reading “Film Fridays – Week 1 – 3rd January 2020”
Using a variety of simple mirroring and blending methods in Photoshop to create different outcomes which show us a different perspective of familiar sights. These were from inverted HDR images of the cliffs at West Bay.
As part of the showcase of exhibitions at the culmination of the BA(Hons) Photography at the university of Portsmouth. The show ran for four weeks across May to June 2012.
In British culture we seem very averse to showing emotion or embracing and remembering that part of our life – death. On this topic, one of my university lecturers spoke of a time she was asked to photograph a Sikh funeral. Despite her reluctance and the families persistence she eventually did. The purpose was notContinue reading “How do you photograph a funeral?”
From adventures in to Dorset last summer
In my world as a photography teacher we have recently begun the GCSE Externally Set Assignment or exam wherein one of the featured starting points was ‘Texture’. Taking inspiration from the theme itself and the artists listed I took along my macro kit for this weekends dog walk. Below are a few of the shotsContinue reading “Taking inspiration”
Portland Castle was part of King Henry VIIIs plan for defending England from French invasion. The move was away from the classical huge scale castles and towards strings of defendable positions which were strategically placed to create crossfires and killing fields. The castle at Portland was built during the mid-1500’s to create a crossfire withContinue reading “Portland Castle”