Photography: What Happened to the Plaster Image Transfers?

See the original post here for ‘how to’: Photography: Image Transfers onto Plaster Earlier this year I experimented with transferring some images onto plaster. I printed the images using a laser printer, coated them with acrylic gel, and transferred them onto a plaster surface. As planned, I kept them outside for the summer. They have…

Photography: Experimental Self Portraits With Screens

I saw this on my computer screen when I had been doing some reading on identity and  researching the way text and image interact. For some reason it jumped out at me. I liked the idea of using a photograph of myself with this label attached: NO NAME. My name has changed several times over the…

Photography: A Roll of Fuji Colour Film

Most of these images were taken in November 2018. They were shot on an old Canon AE-1 that I picked up on eBay. I think they were all shot using the 50mm prime lens that came with the camera. The film is Fujicolor C200 and I sent the film away for processing and printing as…

Photography: TinType App

I’ve really wanted to play with various historic photographic techniques for a long time, but I’m limited by the fact that my darkroom and my office are one and the same space. I also have time constraints. Like most people there are so many things I want to do but I just don’t have the…

Photography: Put It To The People March

I am no expert at street photography, and I have found myself going to great lengths to avoid it in the past. The idea of taking photos of people in public places, while legal, strikes me as not entirely ethical if you haven’t asked for permission. A lot of people will not agree with that,…

Photography: Self Portraits January 2019

First published on Context and Narrative, January 2019. I’ve had a really bad cold. Today has been the first day I’ve felt anything like normal for a whole week and so I thought I’d get my digital camera out and take some instruction shots for my next film development post. I quickly realised that what…