The Deep Secret of Shadows
The Feature Picture Above
Here on the right is the starting point for the picture of the harbour walls at Porthgain in Pembrokeshire “It is not where you start that is important, but where you finish”. This shot was taken on the residential Art of Composition Workshop in February 2018.
“Shadows are the soul of a black and white print”
Dates for your Diary
An illustrated talk by documentary photographer Chris Chapman
Exhibition of Tin Types by Tif Hunter
17 – 20 May 2018
For the past seven years, photographer Tif Hunter has nursed an interest in ‘tintypes’. These are handmade, one-off images which use a 19th century technique, developed in the early days of photography. First invented in the 1850s, tintypes were particularly popular during the Civil War in late 19th century America. Join us on Wednesday 16 May for a preview of the exhibition and talk with Tif.
Messums Wiltshire Place Farm, Court St, Tisbury, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP3 6LW E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 01747 445042
The Fotospeed Blog
Don’t forget to check out all of the great articles on the Fotospeed Blog See the Paul Sanders article on mindfulness and observation in photography.
Paul ask’s the very pertinent question “What’s the point of producing something that is technically perfect if it lacks soul?”