I’m fortunate; I have a part-time job that gets me out of the house everyday, a virtual hall-pass that allows me to drive the corridors of the Isle of Man with my camera. For most other residents, it’s been a long few weeks, thus far. On Friday 27th March, the Isle of Man started an indefinite lockdown – nobody in and nobody out (unless you want to stay out). I’d already started my own personal document of the COVID19 pandemic […]
Jamie Helps getting inked by the very talented Lee Clark. All images made using a Fuji X-pro1 and 35mm 1.4 lens. Converted to mono using VSCO Film, which I’m loving more and more every day!
I was talking to a college student this week, I asked him why I hadn’t seen any of his work recently, his reply bemused me – “I’m getting a Canon 5D mark three in a few weeks, so I’m not shooting anything until I get that, it’s like ten times better than the camera I’m using now…I want to shoot my ideas on the best kit…should I get the seventy to two-hundred?” Amazing. This talented young artist has actually put […]
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