A Quiet Normal Life

A life lived half in Atlanta, half in London

Photography

Posted by brendanstallard on October 15, 2006

I used to be a pretty reasonable film photographer, I particularly enjoyed the use of monochrome with some of that extremely slow 50 mono film. I also loved using Fuji Velvia film: to my eyes, it produced the most adorable rich and vibrant colour of all film.

Of course: we’re almost all digital now, using these monstrously expensive and worthless in three months jobbies which are superb, no doubt. They do require six months reading the technical manual, and endless filters, light meters, flash units, battery packs and who knows what else, but the pics are instantaneous and HUGE.

On our list this week, a new star emerged, who produced the most amazing images of Scotland I’ve ever seen, photographed in beautiful Film Velvia: Go take a look, if you enjoy beauty, go look. The most amazing work.

The Gallery is here:

http://www.pbase.com/hwatt/scotland

The most amazing image is here:

http://www.pbase.com/hwatt/scotland

http://www.pbase.com/hwatt/image/65604279

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