This journal contains notes to myself and my friends, about where I went, what I did, what I photographed; anything that relates to my interests in photography. The photographs used to illustrate the journal are not all likely to appear in a portfolio; they might not be a match for subject, theme, quality (after all, some of the notes are about what went wrong!). But I hope you find something interesting here, something that encourages you to explore further. Thank you. »
This week sees a new exhibition, and holiday sale,
I’ve done all the editing I can do on the photograph files, redone the InDesign files (multiple times, there were debates about text size as well as positioning and type face) and imported all image files and produced the PDFs. Phew. »
Over the summer I’ve been reading various books about the explorations of David Hockney, mostly expressed in the form of interviews. A lot of what he has gotten into is around the idea of perspective, of how the 3-D world is translated into 2-D. He talks »
We did make an attempt to get the calendar ready even earlier this year and started work back in August. Back then, there was still a question as to whether to do another calendar using photographs of flowers, or to make use of the extra photographs of Yorkshire from our trip there in May. »
More accurately, my saviors are in Threshfield. Alan had to go to work, and I wanted to keep photographing in Yorkshire, so I looked for somewhere not too far beyond Skipton, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, stuck a pin in the (Google) map and decided on Grassington.