This is how I make PCB's at home using photosensitive dry film etch resist.
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 🙂
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
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.
Some of the meta themes I've worked with in the past. Perhaps I didn't state it clearly enough in the first essay, but What I find compelling about photography as an artistic medium is it's facility as a storytelling medium. To me sketching is analogous to this sensibility, as such much of what I have … Continue reading Past presentations.
I have been using whiteboards (actually aluminium print plates) a great deal in my practice for the last year or so to work things out and to keep a tract of tasks, library books, notes, hand in dates, and suchlike - I haven't been making a point of photographing these notes unless there's something I … Continue reading Whiteboard.