Posts by: Patrick

Camera Werks!

Haven’t been up to much photography recently. Been taking it easy after the soul destroying test strippery. Did go out an shoot a couple roles for the Unattended series last week, but haven’t worked up the courage to process them yet. Did have one successful development run today, though! Finally got round to testing my…

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PBN 2011 People’s Choice Award Nomination

I received an email late last night informing me that my book, Not Recommended for Use in Hot Beverages, has been nominated for the Photography Book Now 2011 People’s Choice Award. It is now competing with 200 other nominees for that prize in my category (Student) and will go on for consideration for other prizes…

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Troubleshooting Rotary Development

This picture might not look like much, but it’s confirmation that I may have finally beaten my streaking issues. The solution was to not use the recommended depth of chemicals, as counter-intuitive as that sounds. The stated depth was 250ml, whereas what was actually needed was 300ml. I also believe that the chemicals I was…

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Burke & James Speed Press 5×4

New camera! Over a year since I first started thinking about going large format, I finally have my hands on a 5×4 camera. On the recommendations of friends and internet research I went for a low end camera so I could work out what use I would put it to. The Burke & James Speed…

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Unattended, July 6th

The latest from the Unattended series. Shot and processed yesterday, scanned today. Golly gosh does scanning film take FOREVER. I was tempted to take a nap after, but chose instead to go read a newspaper. I must admit to being quite taken by the enormous RSPB pump. Later on the walk I came across an…

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FdA Graduation Show – Centrespace Gallery, Bristol

On Friday June 10th we held the preview for our course graduation show at Centrespace Gallery, Bristol, and the show continued until the following Wednesday, 15th. Overall, the show was of a pleasingly high standard, and seemed to hang together with some coherence, despite the wide variety of styles and subjects. Here are the works…

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