So along came a spider while testing the 56mm Fujinon Aspherical lens.
Reloaded the now polished images of Geevor Tin Mine in Cornwall. Available to view at the top of the Still menu.
This week before a very heavy schedule of photographic courses I thought I add some spice into the days - start with a 4:00 am wake up call to get my tush out on the street and get in some seeing before I get to the studio. This has me walking around Hamstead Heath and Central London at 5:30 am. So these images are from that time. On IG go to @stuffcarlsees where its beginning to happen.
Four years ago I embarked on a year long Masters degree. I was researching the encroaching tsunami (trend) of latent photographic talent hiding out in the day jobs and schools around the globe being let loose on on a little app known as Instagram. I was predicting how this was going to shift seismically the future of commercial photography. Exhausted by the work and the results which I had discovered and was myself caught within I thought I’d take three weeks off from posting on it. That turned into three years already and so I return to @stuffcarlsees. Design @jorgesengers.
After a long hiatus of the Fuji lost in a box during a move it was found again and took its first run out.
I’m pleased to announce that The Mango Lab, in conjunction with Urban Photo Fest 2017, will hold the second annual Weekend Masterclass. We have invited the very talented 2016 Vienna PhotoBook winner Francesca Catastini to present her two-day workshop exploring creating visual language and communicating in the visual form to an audience. Only a few seats remaining for the 11-12 Nov date. To enroll or read more about the workshop see the link here : https://lnkd.in/gpVydGe
Had a fabulous afternoon at the Affordable Arts Fair Battersea leading a talk on my research examining sourcing Instagram to start one’s photography collection. Excellent venue, wonderful participants and active voices…. a speaker’s dream! More in print here - https://lnkd.in/g3R8crD