For this third week of Film Fridays I have the roll of 120 I shot, again on the Zero Image 2000, purposefully for International Pinhole Photography Day on 28th of April 2019.
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”
The photograph below was taken of my wife’s nan, Joan Stevens, a week before she passed away. The image was taken in the hospice where she passed only a week later. The image continues my photographic exploration. Today we put her to rest. The image was taken using a Zero Image 2000 pinhole camera, IlfordContinue reading “The last photograph”
Over recent weeks I’ve been increasingly making Art Photobooks using a range of my previous projects. This is the fifth one so far, printed and ready for binding.
Towards the end of my roller derby photography days I decided to roll out the Cambo SC 5×4 and shoot a few sheets. This was about three years ago now and for whatever reason I never processed them. Here are two of the sheets of Harman Direct Positive. Some 5×4 film on the way.
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.
A photographic investigation of non-place and the sanctuary provided by the A Road Petrol Station. Emerging from the darkness of the long nights drive, they give us shelter, food and water. All images photographed using a 5×4 large format technical camera on Kodak Portra 160.
No digital shooting today as I grabbed a couple of hours to use the Zero Image 2000 pinhole camera. Loaded with Ilford Pan F 50 120 film, I roamed Southsea and look forward to processing the results next week where I will shortly produce some prints to share.
When this set of photographs was first taken my grandfather was still alive so they were more about gathering memories of this house before he moved out and into a sheltered living arrangement. Many of the images were from recollections when growing up and visiting both my paternal grandparents. In the over 10 years sinceContinue reading “Redbridge Grove”