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.
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
This is a Pinhole photograph I took in January 2012. I was still experimenting with my home made camera and I believe this was taken with Ilford Delta 3200 to give me a reasonable shutter speed. Of course it is
In late 2016 I was given an old Kodak box brownie. It was a later model with a very crude flash connection, which I adapted to work with an up to date hot shoe as I was keen to see if
I have produced some portraits which have been made in to banners, and text was added to tell a little about their story.