Early June 2017 I took a walk near Ashdown Forest and I took my medium format camera with me. Really I was looking for some good woodland shots for my Sussex series, and this is what I came up with.
This is a portrait taken of Rob in April 2017. It had it’s issues and has not quite got the outside feel I was intending. It’s definately got a Rob feel about it and for me that’s the main thing.
These pictures were taken on two visits with my father to a small area south west of the Standen National Trust House. On the first visit the weather was not good. It was thankfully dry but very damp and overcast.
This came about due to having an idea for my next audio portrait where I wanted to shoot with as fast a shutter speed as possible. I knew that the leaf shutter on my medium format camera should sync right
Im a bit behind with this one another day out and we ended up on the isle of sheppey . An interesting place. Here are my images
Up to now I have photographed largely anything, but I know I have been influenced by many landscape photographers such as Fay Godwin, John Blakemore and Michael Kenna and I love their work. They do what they do in their style
Last week a friend came round to process his first roll of film. With that done we went out and shot a roll of film just on a little circular walk around our house. This is my favourite shot.
I have wanted to find a location local to me that I could go to early in the mornings if needed, or at any time. Also I was looking to find somewhere that had a really Sussex feeling that was not
My first shots for this project, some night shots in a car park.