Category: street photography

28 April 2024
26 March 2024

In this final post about the Japan trip in January 2024 I wrap up my thoughts and feelings about the adventure. What I liked about the place, people and other subjects and what I didn’t.

10 March 2024

Two artists attended the University this week, Naomi Greaves and Marley Starskey-Butler. Perfect timing with the contents around exhibitions and with us prepping for our Level 5 Photography exhibition in April.

3 March 2024

The time has come to return to the UK and end my Japanuary adventure in the Land Of The Rising Sun. The last post saw me getting in to bed earlyish (about 1am) and setting my alarm for 5am. Did I wake up in time?

2 March 2024
18 February 2024
18 February 2024
15 February 2024
7 February 2024

Day two and it was a packed day in my planning phase, slightly undone by jet lag. I still did a lot with the time I had though.

6 February 2024

Day one of my trip to tokyo, Japan. Well it’s more like two days as the flight saw me flying on Saturday and landing in Tokyo on Sunday. This post deals with the flights and the Sunday.

4 February 2024

This week we were off to London to visit the Photographers’ Gallery for the Daido Moriyama Retrospective and the V&A Photography Centre for a walk around the Energy: Sparks from the Collection.

8 January 2024
7 January 2024
24 December 2023
4 December 2023

Camera Obscura, a simple method of projecting what is outside, into the room using no special optical lenses or anything more than cardboard and tin foil.

19 November 2023
3 November 2023
28 October 2023

Watch something task, I watch lots of photography content on YouTube but could I narrow it down? Yes I could. A mixture of street photography, film photography and talk about methods and practice make this an ideal video to discuss.

27 October 2023
23 October 2023

Week 3 and Sylvia tasked us with reading an essay by Martha Rosler and interpreting it. What does it mean? After reading it a few times I did get something out of it, have a read what my thoughts wre.