How close you are to the glass makes a difference, its not just angle, your distance from the glass is what balances the exposures. Its multiple exposure photography, just you have to work it all out on the spot by moving your body 🙂
I doubt I'll get tired of this any time soon. In other news I dropped my Olympus Em5 last night, or at least had the strap get snagged and had it basically snatched from my hand and slammed into a table. Net result - the rear screen is smashed and totally non-functional, so now … Continue reading Filthy reflections
This isn’t really that attractive a topic to many people, but I really enjoy the process of editing. It could be because I have a gathering methodology of just wandering about and snaffling up whatever takes my fancy – I take a lot of really shite photos, every so often I stumble over a good … Continue reading Chaff n’ wheat n’ pearls n’ swine n’ mixed metaphors n’ whatnot. AKA Editing
A book I made as a test; The cover looks a wee bit greener in real life. Some of my photographic subjects (vandyke pics) piled to the side Some cyanotypes - which are a headache to mount Another. - Yup, the blue ones are taxidermied. Vandykes of wee plastic animals. Tempera print of a fishing … Continue reading Bookages
Photography and the icon. April 2011. Introduction. A photograph is a strange bird in that it documents a situation - yet this situation which is documented or re-presented ceases to exist, or perhaps simply diverges in existence from the time the photograph is created. As the photograph is made, an archive is created, yet as … Continue reading Photography and the icon (masters proposal Re.~1).
I guess this is where I do the ghost of Christmas future, having done present and past. Though to be honest I watched the Dr Who version of that story recently and am currently thinking of the flying shark, so, be warned, I may not be channelling Dickens in an academically appropriate manner. In my … Continue reading Anticipated artsy thingees.