A collection of 12 posts
Not sure who the person in the distance is...
This was too big a file to include with the newsletter, but I made it down to the River Ore last night just before the sun set (and before the rain hit) and managed to grab this shot.
A couple of things have caught my eye on the Colossal website this morning...
I took the new (to me, it was actually "new" in 1973) Hasselblad with me to LA last week. I hadn't had it serviced, so I knew the results were likely to be a little dicey. I got the negatives back yesterday and oh boy there are some serious light
A couple of weeks ago, I took the plunge and bought an old (1973) Hasselblad 500CM on eBay. There have been a few teething problems, but this is the first successful image out of it and has made me fall in love with film all over again. I took the
My year in pictures.
Robert Richardson's work on Oliver Stone's movies and on Scorsese's films represents the pinnacle of the cinematographer's art. Latterly he's been doing amazing things with Tarantino and here he is talking to Deadline about "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood".
Sharing this from Colossal: https://www.thisiscolossal.com/2019/07/raikoke-eruption/
Try as I might with colour, I'm never as happy with the results as I am with a good monochrome image.
At the end of last week, I spent a couple of days up on the Suffolk coast, on a research/inspiration trip for the second series of our Mystery Machine podcast. I also found some time to experiment with some landscape photography.
An impromptu evening visit to the NDSM wharf; an old dockyard being transformed into a cultural enclave and artists' colony. Pictures taken last year on a Fuji X-E3 with a 35mm lens. Starting off at going through Centraal Station to ferry at the backWaiting for the ferryCrossing the waterAn old
Tennis Balls and Swim Caps Crowd the Frame in New Time-Lapse Compositions by Pelle Cass More to be seen at COLOSSAL