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”
Art Photobook number four is a bit more personal again and revolves around the miniseries ‘24 Redbridge Grove’. This series of images is part of an ongoing, but not yet published, photo essay, ‘Life Death and Photography’. The overall goal is to study the human temporality and the role photography has to play in ourContinue reading “24 Redbridge Grove”
Art Photobook number three is a bit more personal and revolves around the miniseries ‘10 Paignton Avenue’. This series of images is part of an ongoing, but not yet published, photo essay, ‘Life Death and Photography’. The overall goal is to study the human temporality and the role photography has to play in our memoriesContinue reading “10 Paignton Avenue”
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”
Originally built in the 1800’s to defend against a French invasion, the Verne High Angle Battery sits on top of Portland in Dorset next to HMP The Verne. Although heavily modified during both World Wars, the layout and many of the earlier engravings are still present. The battery sits at the top of the hillContinue reading “Verne High Angle Battery – Portland UK”