Tag Archives: Photographers
The new Uni year has started and its time to renew my blog. The workload, particularly written is quite daunting, but hopefully this degree will make me a better photographer.
More of Miss Nepal UK runner up 2011, Shradha. The style of these photographs were inspired by the late great Guy Bourdin, from a picture I saw in a book called ‘A Message To You’.
22nd August 1952. Ash Vale Station, Ash Vale. 28 year old Geoffrey Dean was a ticket inspector at Ash Vale Station, one of his duties was to count the takings in fares before locking the money in the station’s safe. … Continue reading
21st March 2003. M3 Motorway Bridge, Frimley. Mr Little had worked as a lorry driver for Ford for 26 years. He was driving his lorry on the M3 between junctions 3 and 4 at Frimley when a brick was thrown … Continue reading
Back in the studio this week, working on more images for my final still life project. These photographs were inspired by the work of Robert Mapplethorpe.
This is a partial repost of Amelia. I published my favourite two pictures from a film for a project looking at analogue versus digital. I forgot to publish two of the the pictures that were chosen by my lecturer. So … Continue reading