I am a fan of Stephen Shore’s photography. He is known for his photographs of “banal” scenes and objects and for his championing of early colour photography when the only “true” photographs were considered monochrome. I already have one of his books, The Nature of Photographs which is described as a primer on how to … Continue reading Stephen Shore: Modern Instances
I have always been a huge fan of Michael Kenna’s photography. I think I have been inspired to do many of my black and white photographs in square mode because of him and his use of Hasselblad cameras. I have however never aspired to taking long exposures like him but his minimalist, beautifully visualized photographs … Continue reading Michael Kenna – Forms of Japan
I have just published the first month’s worth of images taken as part of the 365-2014 project that is being featured through this blog. The book has been published by Bob Books and can be found in their online bookshop here. I plan to eventually publish all of the 12 months as individual books … Continue reading First volume in 365-2014 project published.
The photographic group I belong to, S13, have just published a book entitled 'Over time' It examines the passage of time through the personal vision of the photographers. The images are a personal reflection of the topic, but the photographs are such that they can serve as a catalyst for people to examine their own feelings … Continue reading New Book Published