C41 Machine fixed! Where to start..
walter mitty & a jaywalker
i struggled to look at this even through my viewfinder. we all come across dead animals, but this looked more like a crime scene.
taken from the bus window after arguing with myself about it. the bus driver had stopped in the middle of the road and beeped until this lady woke up and gave a tiny wave. she was back on her feet within a couple of minutes and helped away. probably just been on the sauce all night.
a bus driver showing compassion? has to be worth a visual reminder
4pm in piccadilly gardens. i love the curve of sunlight on the left. unspectacular you say? yes, but after a long, grey winter i almost got high on it. i’ve photographed people in that sun spot a few times – usually middle eastern students getting some vitamin d.
life goes on
Soon as I said I would post more often, the C41 machine I use died.
Until I’m fully developed, click on the image for an article about a photograph I took in Manchester.
Sorry for the double post. Just been notified this went online and I’m at my laptop like a zombie. I did an interview with ‘We Heart’ recently. You can read it here if you’re so inclined.
Belated Happy New Year!
I recently drew a line under a project I’ve been working on for a while now. The results will be published by Cafe Royal Books in June. I’ll keep you updated, but that’s basically where my recent work has been going.
Just for right now, some stragglers featuring..stragglers.
Cheadle Cemetery, Greater Manchester. November 2013
Interesting write-up from mutantspace. Got me thinking about many things. Honestly, I wince when seeing my photographs described as ‘grim’ – but from an objective stance I can just about understand Article here:
Nice little feature/interview on Turkish E-Magazine Fotoritim. It is in both Turkish and English.
Click on the photograph or go here
The weather is horrible but I’m off out for some photo therapy. Cheers!