Canon AE1, 50mm lens & expired (2012) Agfa colour film Always try to stay unnoticed when shooting on the street, prime lens, no big camera bags, clothes that will allow me to fit in and blend with the public, never staying for too long in one place and practically marking a path in the wellContinue reading “Analogue”
No reason other than I like the absence of advertising..
When passing a window and something makes you stop and view the scene before you, you then have to convince the owner of the closed diner to open the doors and let you in for 5 minutes, you’ll be quick, really quick you promise him, you just have to get in and try to captureContinue reading “Salt & Vinegar”
One of those moments when was walking along a busy main road about 9 at night and saw this image through a hotel bar window. It’s one of those scenes that I have no idea why I like it or why I have this mad feeling of having to capture it before someone walks inContinue reading “The Loneliness of the Hotel Bar”
..and red leatherette, looks like poetry to me.
A few years ago reading about Walker Evans I came across another name, William A Christenberry, a photographer from Alabama whose images of the south have greatly influenced me in my passion for photographing random neglected buildings and space. Was sad to read that he passed away this week but it also reminded me ofContinue reading “Homage to William Christenberry”
Just a small milk bottle on table in pub..it caught my eye, how couldn’t it ?
What a fabulous treasure I found while wandering around London, the old wooden doors of 33a Fournier St Spitalfields are a piece of urban art… -“between numbers 33 and 35 is a passageway that formerly led to Worrell’s yard and dwelling house”-(British History online) and in the 40s the sign said the entrance led toContinue reading “33a S. Schwartz 33a”