Tuesday, 14 May 2013
Wednesday, 1 May 2013
This is the hill where most days, a member of my family walks our dogs, the hill and fields where I spent year playing whilst growing up as did my mum and hundreds or thousands of others. But now Radleigh Homes want to destroy this land by building almost 300 houses.
The hill is actually a lot steeper than it appears in the photo maning run off in to the brook below will call masses of flooding every winter. Now not only are they wanting to take away a beautiful peace of land enjoyed by so many for well over 35 years, but the land also is a home to countless animals from mice to birds of prey.
Say NO! to Radleigh Homes!
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Saturday, 27 April 2013
Friday, 26 April 2013
Taking a break from what now seems like constant written work for Uni, I decided I would give an old image a new lease of life. With a brand new edit, nothing like the original. And I quite like it. The cow that didn't move, shot on my trusty 400D before I upgraded to the 7D, just starting to rain I decided to see how close she would let me get; the answer, very close.
Wednesday, 17 April 2013
Now I am not so keen on the idea of digital images changing, as I think it would look to
gimmicky and detract from the images. However with a type of paper in mind that I have been
wanting to try for a while now. I plan to do a small test print in the next few days and see what I think when the images are printed on the Kodak Metallic paper and also possibly the Fuji Super High Gloss
which seems to give a similar effect but also slightly different.
If these images come out how I am hoping and work with either of these paper types, the next step will to be choose on the final images, size and style in which they will be exhibited. At present I am
planning on 3 large prints around 24" wide, unframed and mounted on aluminium.
Tuesday, 9 April 2013
I am looking to have 2 or 4 images printed but ideally only one of each. But these will be cost & space/layout dependant between A3 and A1 in size or as near to as possible.
but without the need to move the image.
Kate Nash live in Nottingham!
Insane gig, she was brilliant and funny, afterwards she hung round to meet fans sign tickets, cd's and merch.
Thats all I really have to say.
Oh and I will do a second post where all the items should appear that I have edited and added to the set on Flickr.