Fab day out, really enjoyed myself
The feedback I have had on this poster quite rightly points out that the message seems to be giving a choice between the pills or a phone call. In the Samaritans media guidelines they do suggest not portraying any methods of suicide. I overlooked this in my first poster so here is an amended version.
Here is another rural and urban landscape. Liverpool docks has been taken on Kodak Tri X film which is what gives it the grainy look and the Lone Tree has been taken on Velvia:-
Nearly got myself arrested yestrerday, climbing through holes in fences and sneaking around the industry in Cheshire with my camera.
Here are a couple of the shots I got.
Woo Hoo!!! Productive day! It has taken me weeks and weeks of kicking around ideas for my uni narrative project, I have deliberated, agonised, travelled in that many circles I am feeling positively dizzy. However today I completed not one but two posters including the photography work (unbelievable!). This traumatic experience has made me realise that narrative work is 95% ideas generation : 5% action!
So here they are………….
Here are some of the landscapes I have been busy doing recently for one of my Uni modules. As I think I may have already said, landscapes are really not my thing and I am really finding it very hard to get the results I want.
This image is taken on velvia 120 roll film iso 100 and then scanned. I have cropped the top of the image.
This was also done on velvia film, scanned and cropped at the bottom.
Done on 35mm HP5+ film.