Wednesday, 26 May 2010

One day the wave will take it.

I slept on a street, and drove round the corner to here.
Cornwall used to be a better place. Poorer sure, but richer in every other possible way.

Monday, 17 May 2010


More prints being made this week. The capiliasation of these photographs can continue.

Tuesday, 11 May 2010


Just for those who like to compare what different films do and other incredibly boring things like that.

Monday, 10 May 2010


Taken on the obligatory triannual Henge trip. It really isn't worth paying anymore as i'm not so into the cattle herding and obnoxious bastards with lenses longer than your arm.

However, no amount of cultural dilution and trite electronic headsets can dampen the experience of what is surely one of the finest things this sorry country has to offer.

Thursday, 6 May 2010

The lava rain.

Cornwall is blessed with some wonderful looking trees...and I just can't help myself.

Yet more experimentation with SX70 camera and PX100 film. I'm beginning to feel like it will always be an experiment with this stuff!

The first photo was exposed properly, protected from light (using a dark slide) and developed at the suggested temperature (roughly 17C). The second image wasn't protected from light immediately and was warmed on the stove of the van while developing. I don't think it's even a contest as to which is the more beautiful image; but maybe you'll let me know which one you prefer?

Click on the photos to get launched to Flickr.

Wednesday, 5 May 2010

Earth mystery.

Pagan gods toy with animal-like men.

Continuing experiments with The Impossible Project's PX100 film. Click on the photos and you'll get launched to them on Flickr.

In other news it's RoidWeek over at Flickr. Go take a look. Some amazing images being shared by a revitalised instant film community.