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Boldly Going…..

Thought I would start the year by dipping into my back catalogue a bit. Back in 2001, I was a freelance attached to Bill Johnston Photography and went to Abbey Road Studios to shoot film music composer Jerry Goldsmith recording

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Posted in music, social documentary

B&W CHALLENGE – DAY 5: Dairy Ice Cream

Actually shot more in the Summer on a busy Saturday at Whitby Abbey, somehow holds a slight “December” feel. This is my last “Post a B&W photo each day for five days and nominate a new soul each day to do the

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Posted in analogue photography, Panoramic Photography, social documentary

B&W CHALLENGE – DAY 4: Umbrella

This is Day 4 of the 5 day challenge via Facebook. The purpose is  to “Post a B&W photo each day for five days and nominate a new soul each day to do the same.” I am going to switch countries now

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Posted in analogue photography

B&W CHALLENGE – DAY 3: Show me your willy

Dungeness is a unique environment created from eroded material from the last ice age and is classed as a ‘desert’ . It is also the largest single land mass in Europe that is completely covered in photographers.  Steve Mepsted, included

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Posted in analogue photography, Panoramic Photography

B&W CHALLENGE – DAY 2: Fun

Soviet built sports centre in disrepair covered in snow and minus 16, what better definition of Fun is there? This is my second picture in my black and white challenge “Post a B&W photo each day for five days and nominate a

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Posted in analogue photography, black and white

B&W CHALLENGE – DAY 1: Fortune Cookie

Day 1 of my Facebook B&W challenge. My friend from years ago Wendy Ashton kindly nominated me. She is now in back in California, but was an occasional assistant for me years ago. I can’t find a link to a website for

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Posted in analogue photography, black and white, Panoramic Photography, social documentary

The Shot I Never Forgot

I was recently at the Brighton Biennial, some fantastic work and an amazing event, and saw a show called “The Shot I Never Forgot”. What was interesting was the range of personal shots and stories, not always in the photographers

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Posted in analogue photography, black and white, social documentary

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