Haven’t blogged for a while but here are a couple of images I took recently for my ongoing Cornish landscape series. I refer to these images as The Hidden Familiar, what was a vast green landscape is very quickly being turned into money, with houses and large companies moving into any available space. These images […]
Here it is, the final nine chosen images ready for submission tomorrow. The Lost Industry project will continue now until May. The images were printed on A3 standard matt paper at around A4 size. I am happy with the slightly muted colours where the images still sit boldly on the paper.
I have been busy continuing work on my research project which is due in soon. It relates to this post from November, looking into the economic landscape of one of the poorest counties in the UK, Cornwall. Since then I have tweaked and amended parts of the project to follow a more focused direction for the […]
Happy New Year! See you in 2014! Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 900 times in 2013. If it were a cable car, it would take about 15 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the complete report.
So my final dissertation was printed, bound and submitted today! That is it, after 7 months in the process it is over fairly quickly. I have never been a keen reader or writer, it is fair to say I haven’t read many books or written many papers. The dissertation is the longest piece of writing […]
The busyness of this term has continued and the end of term and Christmas are nearly in sight! Can’t quite believe Christmas is only a month away! My dissertation on Lee Friedlander and the Picturesque Theory is coming along well and is in the finalising stages (what a relief!). I have been working hard with […]
I am now well into the first term of third year and it is busy, busy, busy, in fact I have a few minutes to write this post before continuing with dissertation writing. This terms consists of our first major project which runs till mid January and our dissertation writing (with few things in between). But […]
Now that I am a third and final year student, and not long till I graduate, I thought it was time to get a website. It is quite a demanding process, you have to get things precise and never forget that your audience potentially consists of millions upon million of people! I decided to use […]
After receiving a lot of views and comments on my digital photos of my European trip over summer, I decided to finally scan and sort my film pics. I love film, I love the outcomes (mostly) but the actual scanning does take a lot of patience. I used an Epson Perfection V750 Pro flatbed scanner […]
I just got back from an amazing road trip around Central Europe. Whilst on holiday I took many thousands of photos on digital, film and on my phone. It took a while to even go through a marginal amount of them! You can see some taster photos on Flickr. During the trip I was constantly […]