I like to try a little of everything while I’m out and about with cameras, so I shoot some digital and some film, but my passion is the film work.
It has been I think, two years since I started to shoot film again.
From the first time I heard about a developer named Pyrocat HD, I was hooked by it is look.
With his kind permission, for the third year I’m posting one of Craig Pindell’s Never Forget series of photographs and some of his words in remembrance of the attack on New York’s World Trade Center on September 11th 2001.
I’ll keep this short.
I’d like to present a ten-step process that may help you to obtain beauty from disaster (as I did below).
With his kind permission, I’m posting another one of Craig Pindell’s Never Forget images and some of his words here today.
About the project, from the man himself:
“Like almost everyone I know, I can remember exactly where I was
I’ve lived in Manchester now for roughly two and half years, having relocated from Scotland to work on my photography full-time.
The title of my project, A War Without Blood and Gore, comes from a line in a Vietnam War-era protest song by the American singer-songwriter Phil Ochs entitled “Draft Dodger Rag”.
The York Photographic Society have a large membership of active enthusiasts, at least 50 or so.
Manhattan often seems like a stage where performers and exhibitionists of all varieties put on a non-stop show. I started documenting these “performers” in 2008, as the U.S.
Italy – It was a February morning some years ago. Very cold but with a bright and clear sky.
Italia – Era una mattina di Febbraio, molto fredda ma con un cielo luminoso e terso.
We wanted to do something to mark the 9/11 attacks and whilst searching for the most appropriate way to mark the time, our thoughts led to Craig Pindell and his 9/11 remembrance project, Never Forget.
With his kind permission, we’re