A series of Photographs focusing on The UK canal network.
Here is another addition to an ongoing collection of Still life Photographs. My subject this time was very small and delicate and I wanted to accentuate these characteristics using pieces of glass and a shallow depth of field. Thanks for taking a look,Mike
An old limousine Interior, Shot on the OM1.
On Ilford Warmtone FB
Shot on Fomapan 400
Printing Still Life Photographs on Old Paper
A photo that I almost didn’t take, turns out to be a favourite.
The entire process of analogue photography and printing is one full of variables and occasional surprises. Mishaps are not uncommon. I am guessing that most, if not all of those out there who develop and print their own work have experienced some kind of technical issue or setback along the way. The photo I will … Continue reading Local Landscape – Spotting a Print
Toning Prints with Tea & Coffee
On a stroll around a local antiques market, I happened upon this old air pressure gauge against a rustic old petrol sign outside of a motorcycle museum. A depiction of a bygone era of motoring.
On the 10th October 2021 I went on a short walking weekend to the Yorkshire Dales. The Dales is a beautiful place to visit and is fantastic for walking. In this post, I will be taking you through the process of printing this very challenging Photo from negative to finished print. I wanted to visit … Continue reading Keld, Yorkshire
A walk along the promenade on a cold and grey November afternoon. Maldon, one of the oldest recorded towns in Essex, is situated on the Blackwater estuary and is famous for its Sea Salt, Thames Barges at Hythe Quay and The Maldon Mud Race. The photographs in this post were all shot on Ilford FP4 at … Continue reading Maldon