Recent image published on the front of Trust in the future.
A magazine printed for members of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.
I always find it difficult to walk away from a personal project. My last project is at the book printers (update here soon) so time to move on and start a new one.
Below are the first 3 frames of my new, as yet untitled landscape project.
I’m interested in looking at how land and property is divided between what is mine, and yours, and how we are told, where we are allowed to go.
For the technically interested, images were shot using a Toyo 5×4 viewcamera, Kodak Tri-X 5×4 sheet film, developed in XTOL 1+1 using a Jobo expert drum.
Portrait of Harriet Devine, owner of Tatty Devine art jewellery boutique, photographed for Modo magazine in 2003.
Few pictures from the recent UK launch party of Bodhi, held in the Penthouse suite, Rotunda Birmingham.
A couple of recent portraits for magazines.
This one was shot for Community Care magazine during the recent Conservative party conference in Birmingham.
This portrait was shot in Leicester, using my tilt and shift lens which I usually reserve for architectural photography.
Well here it is, time to get nostalgic, the last roll of Kodachrome 64 I’ll ever shoot as Kodak are shutting the labs down which process the film at the end of this year. Famed for it’s colour saturation and long term stability, Kodachrome has been manufactured since 1935, with the last roll released in 2009.
I’ll post a few pics when I get the slides back from Kodak, which may take some time as the film is sent to the USA, via Switzerland.
Pictures from processed Kodachrome