I’m quite tired of technology, quite aggrieved about the commercialisation of the internet. Occasionally I open a window without my adblocker and I remember this is what it normally looks like. Digital media too, is made, consumed and forgotten like fast food. So I recruited an old Pentax K1000 camera to slow it down. Shooting analog enforces limitations, encourages pause and consideration. It’s not immediate, not over before it’s begun. I like this. Here then is my first reel of black ‘n’ white Kodak T-Max 400 (for the photography geeks, you know who you are). Modestly tweaked in Lightroom (some of it was untweakable) all shots are included in the spirit of learning.
Here’s a few photos before I left Albuquerque, and a handful of Brighton and British living. I am already a bit nostalgic for my dusty desert life. These pictures are some of the things I’ll miss. The weirdness, the colours, my MMA family, the bosque (a strip of cottonwood forests along the Rio Grande) and … Read more