I’m going away on holiday for a week tomorrow, so I won’t be posting as much. I was hoping to have time to sort a few posts out and schedule them throughout the week, but alas, it wasn’t to be.
I’m sure I’ll come back with lots of pics to share though 😉
This is one of the negatives I’ve recently scanned in from a series I shot titled ‘Take (Me) Away’.
It was taken in 2000 on a Pentax 35mm. I really like the expression on the workers face.
I bought 300 of these tiny little people figurines from ebay a few days ago. I love all the imperfections in the paintwork.
I’ve just developed this double exposure of a main road at night and an abandoned railway line.
I’ve been working on these for a few weeks. I seem to have the composition of the two frames sorted out now but the exposure is still proving difficult. it’s a little hit and miss at the moment but this is my favorite image thus far.
I took this photograph a few days ago in Herefordshire.
I really like the concept of photographing objects where they don’t belong.
I took this photograph at a model village on the way back from a gig.
I love the sense of isolation and loneliness in the image.
I found an un-developed roll of black and white film a couple of weeks ago of a nude model (Jennifer Aston) from around 1999. I finally got round to developing it tonight… This is a photograph of the negative placed on a lightbox and inverted.
Over the next few days I’ll digitize them all and post them…
I took this shot late yesterday afternoon after kidnapping my wifes shoes…
It was taken on a Pentax K20D.
‘Television Lovers’ was taken in 2000 and is printed on 3mm foamex board (weather proof) measuring 39 x 27 inches.
It was part of a collection of distorted TV images for the body of work ‘Soap For Sore Eyes’.
I took this Polaroid whilst I was photographing the ‘Selfish’ project.
There’s a set of 10 of these and I’m just in the process of scanning them all in…
So I’ve finally started the task of scanning in all of my old negatives…
This is a nude from 2000/2001 on 35mm Ilford film.
This is a double exposure of a tree and a garden pond taken on a Mamiya 135.
This was taken at The Albert Docks in Liverpool around two years ago – and I exhibited it for the first time, last year. It was 7.00 am and very foggy.
I think it’s probably the most atmospheric photograph I’ve ever taken.
I was clearing out my attic recently and I came across a box of 35mm and medium format negatives that date back to 1998.
I’ve started the process of scanning them all in and editing them.
The shot above was taken for my college coursework in 1998 in Ludlow – the name of the model escapes me.
I’ll upload some more when they’re scanned in – I’ve also starting working on my ‘300’ project… more to follow.
I’ve been experimenting with cropping polaroids recently… I like the idea that there’s more to the image that can’t be seen.
So far I really like the effect.
These were shot on Sx60 film.