The first post in readiness for 2022 and what better way than to talk about one of our finest photographers, Andrew Sanderson …Continue reading
The ‘hallowed camp’ is a collection of photographs that I return to on occasion. In the words of the Eagles, these photographs ‘can check out any time … but can never leave’. Here is the thirteenth picture from the series, this one by Raymond Moore, the ‘go-between’ …Continue reading
I think it was Adlai Stevenson who said ‘You know, you really can’t beat a household commodity – the ketchup bottle on the kitchen table’. There is a genre of indoor photography that I call kitchen table photography, although often, kitchen tables do not feature …Continue reading
I am enthralled by the pictures that Andrew Sanderson makes with paper negatives.
My last visit to his darkroom was spent wholly on paper negatives. So I am now experimenting with what I learnt, and where better to begin than at the beginning …Continue reading
At a recent exhibition of Rembrandt’s printmaking techniques I was struck by the similarities between Etching, Bromoil and Paper Negative printing. All show the hand of the artist. All share a certain sensibility.Continue reading