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Author: Barnaby Nutt

5 Frames With… Bergger Pancro 400 (EI 1600 / 35mm / Canon EOS 50) – by Barnaby Nutt

I have a friend who is a ‘proper’ photographer. In stark contrast (sic) to my haphazard, eclectic and ever-changing output, he thinks about what he’s doing and spends years on projects, researching, planning and finally shooting his work. The results reflect the effort and commitment invested in them. Occasionally, we’ll meet up, have a beer or two and moan about how old we’re getting, before heading out to take some pictures together. I know how his finished work will feel, so when I stand next to him shooting a scene, I can mentally fill the distance between what’s in...

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Featured project: The Ghost of New Walk Centre aka double exposures on ILFORD FP4 PLUS – by Barnaby Nutt.

The New Walk Centre in Leicester was the City Council’s headquarters since the mid-70s and the twin-towers, being among the city’s tallest buildings, have been a landmark feature on the skyline all of my life. For people living and working close to the buildings, they’ve been an unsightly barrier between the streets and businesses in the area and natural sunlight. So when plans were announced to demolish the buildings, or more accurately, put them out of their misery, there was no rush to form a campaign group to save them. The council wanted to mark the building’s passing and...

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How to: solargraphy for #SummerFilmParty – by Barnaby Nutt

One of the ideas to come out of planning for #SummerFilmParty 2017 was a six month long project solstice-to-solstice project we’d like to get you all involved in. Make sure that you get your camera prepared and mounted before June 21st; and that you take it down on or just after December 21st. Tag your cameras and scans (in six months time) with @SummerFilmParty and #SolarFilmParty. We can’t wait to see what you cook up! Over to you, Barnaby. ~ EMULSIVE     Solargraphy and the solstices Every year on the summer solstice, the sun is higher in the sky...

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Camera review: Lomography Sprocket Rocket – by Barnaby Nutt

Overlapping nicely with the 52 Rolls project, September 5-11th saw the first ‘Shoot Week’ of the #FP4Party. The plan is to shoot a roll of Ilford’s ISO 125 stalwart during the first full week of each of the next four months, posting the results during the third (schedule details here). For my contribution, I chose the Lomography Sprocket Rocket, loaded up the film and shot it over a couple of days. This post covers three different bases: my latest entry for 52 Rolls, my first for #FP4Party and a bit of a camera review too. If you’re not familiar with the Sprocket Rocket, allow...

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