Sunday, 24 January 2010

Work for New Project

This is the first film I have processed for my observational site study of the woodland along the River Yealm. I chose this spot because it is close to home, so I've no excuse to not visit...and also the snowdrops, bluebells and wild garlic will be coming up in the next few weeks, and I'm so excited to be there when it all happens! I took these photographs using a Polariod PZ2001 point and shoot camera and some very cheap/expired film and I'm so pleased with them! I love the strain on the focus in the bottom corners and the colours are really quile lovely...

My recent explorations with a video camera have been rather fun, though I'm really not happy with the quality of image it produces, I'm going to try and convince the techy guys in the hub to let me borrow a HD one... then I might share them on here.
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  1. I Really love the first photograph on this post.. really gorgeous. I'd happily buy so many of your photograph's if I had any money..!

    I'll have a phone again in about 3 day's so will give you a call then.. although I need all of your numbers again. Someone stole my phone on the plane back down from Sctoland.. grrr..!!

    x x x x x

  2. las imagenes estan increibles
    muy bellas, me gustan las en blanco y negro que estan mas abajo.

    un abrazo