Yesterday I posted an image from a long ongoing project that involves time and light. After the weekend workshop I attended recently, I decided to ‘process’ an image. Given the nuances that were apparent to me when I made the picture for the project on Friday night I thought I’d share the before and after… Continue reading Luminosity
I am interested in what goes on on both sides of the lens. The camera’s capacity to faithfully draw the world at any given moment on one side, and it’s ability to record my emotions thoughts and feelings on the other side. I have several projects that explore the cerebral side of photography [what’s in front… Continue reading Other Long Term Projects
*When shared by great teachers. I had the good fortune to attend a workshop run by one of my teachers from my University years this weekend. Here’s a short clip to give you a sense of how he thinks and teaches about pictures. Good fortune or common sense though its hard to tell. It was… Continue reading The Gifts of Good Pictures*
Bill Cunningham was a New York Based, bicycle riding street and Fashion Photographer, who worked for the New York Times from 1978 till his death in 2016. He was somewhat of cult figure in photography circles, there was even a documentary made of him in his final years. Today the New York Times have published… Continue reading Bill Cunningham [Unpublished Photos]
Yesterday I talked about some time spent away from home and the pros and cons of this experience. As promised I uploaded the best 8 pictures I made form the period and added them to a flickr album titled A strange time in a strange place. Go have a look and enjoy, there are sequenced… Continue reading A strange time in a strange place?
For those of you who do not know me, I am having my house renovated. This has been going on since late October 2016. The process has placed many of the things I take for granted under a different light. Last week we spent 7 days in a local caravan park. It was good to… Continue reading Some thoughts on privilege