Film Friday – Week 2 – Prints

Purchase your prints from this weeks ‘Film Friday’ below! All prints are digital inkjet productions on gloss. Can’t find the size you’re looking for? Email info@andrewpaulhayward.com to see about a custom size for your need.

Film Fridays – Week 3 – 17th January 2020

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.

Horatia and Leamington

Following the tragedy at Grenfell every tower block in the country was inspected to avoid the same from happening. Upon further inspection the tower blocks of Horatia and Leamington were found to be structurally unsound and were this evacuated. This has resulted in two twenty story flat blocks that should be bursting with light andContinue reading “Horatia and Leamington”

Film Fridays – Week 2 – 10th January 2020

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.

Film Fridays – Week 1 – Prints

Purchase your prints from this weeks ‘Film Friday’ below! All prints are digital inkjet productions on gloss. Can’t find the size you’re looking for? Email info@andrewpaulhayward.com to see about a custom size for your need.

Film Fridays – Week 1 – 3rd January 2020

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”

Roads to Nowhere

Roads to nowhere – through the late nineties into the 21st century the ‘holiday home’ market in Cyprus was booming! Whole estates planned, roads and infrastructure installed, ready for the overseas buyers wanting their slice of sun away from home. Then the 2008 global financial crisis was followed by the collapse of the Greek economyContinue reading “Roads to Nowhere”

R&R

Spending time away with the family this week with a return to Cyprus. Never too far from the camera though and always wanting to capture what I see around me. During today’s trip to Polis Beach I immediately clocked the remnants of a concrete machine gun bunker listing into the sea. More likely a leftContinue reading “R&R”

Protest at Paphos Town Hall

Protests from April against the proposal to build upon the gardens adjacent to the town hall. The plans are to build a huge church on the land with the people wanting the retain their green space within the expanse of Paphos.

Agia Kyriaki Chrysopolitissa

In the heart of Kato Paphos lies the church of Agia Kyriaki Chrysopolitissa. A stone Catholic Church from the 16th century which sits amongst the ruins of a significantly larger church from the 13th Century.