|is this the end? i'm not sure i mind.||
This is from a trip I took to London in January of 2013. I went to visit my best friend who is living there temporarily. This is a "portrait" I did of him in a park near his apartment at about 11pm. I brought along my Bronica S2A, 3 lenses, and a travel tripod along with 13 rolls of film to capture a lot of different stuff from there. This was taken on Ilford SFX200 with a red filter on my lens, and processed in D76, then printed onto ilford multigrade RC paper in my home darkroom.
|10 Hour Exposure||
This is a ten hour exposure showing some vague long star trails and one random light leak. I shot this on my Polaroid Colorpack using FP-100c
|Venturing through the woods||
Kodak Ektar 100
|Milky Way Dreams||
For some time I have been wanting to produce a tribute to the great Edward Emerson Barnard with a set of B&W photographs captured in very much a similar manner as Barnard himself had completed over 100 years ago. Barnard was a pioneer in the field of astrophotography, indeed often attributed as the Father of Milky Way photography.
In June and July I set out to produce an initial effort to produce such a photograph. Although not the first B&W analog image I have taken on, this image is the first in a series just for this project.