2014 is almost over and we’ve nearly made it.
This is a look back post to what I’ve blogged about this year. In January I started off with a standard farewell to 2013 with obligatory Christmas and New Year posts in which I talked about being more film focussed but I’m not sure I really stuck with that focus any more than previous years.
In January, my family and I were in a state of flux as we prepared to move home again from our rented flat into a house that needed some work done to it.
Although I didn’t feel like I did anything extra special in the traditional photographic sense I did manage to try some experimentation. I put photo paper into a 35mm canister, pushed the shit out of Poundland Vista film, but the focus was all about books.
So, what’s next for 2015?
My darkroom took a backseat for the most part especially when I damaged my favourite enlarger but that could be my focus next year …
Street Photography also took a bit of a back seat, despite it being the original focus of the blog, but one thing that should be happening soon, street photography wise, is at least one group exhibition … but it’s still under negotiation.
Anyway, I’ve got a few things to give focus should I need it next year, hopefully I’ll have time and money enough to do them justice.
In case this is my last blog post until 2015 I’d like to say a big Thank You to everyone who has chatted with me about ‘picture-making’ processes or my pictures. Every conversation means something to me, I enjoy a good chin-wag about photography with like minded folks.
Even though December has just begun I hope 2015 treats you well when it comes.
All the best,