Great article about the history of the 35mm format Here’s an excerpt; too funny! The first commercial Leica was produced eleven years later, in 1924, and for a number of years, “135” or “35mm,” as it was called, was also known as “miniature” format. Most professionals and serious amateurs, who scorned it, at least used… Continue reading More from my inbox
I had to recently write an artist biography for the exhibition at Atkins Photo Lab. I was advised that it would be helpful to explain to non-photographers why I make pictures of the places I do. It is something that I had not given much thought to for some time. So why do I photograph… Continue reading My Locations & Motivations
Another two days of productive activity sees me closer to the final edit that I hope will be about 12. It has been an interesting journey printing negatives made over an extended period. The oldest negative date from about 1992, the newest this year. In the next few days I shall begin the laborious task… Continue reading Counting down the days
I recently discover this gem of a website called Photographic Memorabilia. A great source of information an many things, Ilford and photographic.