It was mentioned the use of scale is good – with reduced size full body shots combined with hyper-large macro shots of textures & form.
There is a strong degree of trust in the relationship between a photographer and his subject; particularly in the style of images I tend to create. Continue reading
Part of the intent for some of my work is the combating of Phallophobia (society (by which I mean the media) decrees the naked woman to be beautiful and artistic while the naked male is seen as shameful) and so I often have to mention the work Penis. Continue reading
“I’m at that stage in life where not a lot happens so I look elsewhere – which is probably about 90% of most males on those sites – it’s a grey area.” Continue reading
Bi men are surprisingly honest! Continue reading
I am under no illusions that I will make a vast fortune from my photographic skills… this is Cornwall after all. But there is no reason I cannot use it as an alternative way to gain exposure for my work. Continue reading
Having brainstormed with a little research on potential layouts for my exhibition I needed to trial some ideas to see how they worked. By gathering some laser copies of various sizes I began tentatively placing them on the walls of the studio.
Sooner or later we all reach that age where we question what kind of legacy we are going to leave to the world? When we return to dust, what will there be that still marks our presence? Continue reading
There are a multitude of issues for me to overcome when it comes to creating an exhibition for my Final Project. Continue reading
During the portfolio reviews at the IOP Symposium I was asked whether any of my project images were on Instagram. Continue reading