Progress from the summer
hope you're keeping well and enjoying the shift in autumn/fall colours and conditions.
Anyway, thought I would post some work from the summer - in particular the work from the 'Peace Walls' project, and some work on the periphery i.e. scenes that dont quite fit the theme of the project, but worth photographing anyway.
At this point in the project, I was looking at having approximately 45-48% of it completed, and I'm pretty much there. In fact, I would probably be tipping the half way point if it hadnt been for one of the rolls of film (or me) messing up and failing. I wont dwell on that though, as I will be able to revisit those scenes another time.
Anyway, I sent my film off to Peak Imaging by Royal Mail special delivery on Friday 18th September which was received at their offices in Sheffield on Monday the 21st...... and was delivered back to me by lunch time on the 22nd! Absolutely first class service again from these guys. All nicely packaged too.
Their website is here: www.peak-imaging.com
Overall, im really pleased with the images captured on the most recent visit and feeling really hopeful for building on the success of the photographs to date. It is my intention to keep most of these images back so that the book and exhibition retains its impact, however here is one that I took in East Belfast.
Also, during this trip I went to work on some other scenes that weren't strictly in keeping with the original brief, but were scenes that I wanted to photograph none the less. I'm also really pleased with how they have turned out, although they are quite low resolution scans. Next on the agenda is for a large batch of negatives to go off to Tim Parkin and his wonder skills at drum scanning (and everything else photography related.)
Thanks for looking,