The new (old) digital publishing adventurehttps://johnwhitmorephotography.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/0380_ilfordhp5_400_135_026.jpg30001466John Whitmore PhotographyJohn Whitmore Photographyhttps://johnwhitmorephotography.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/0380_ilfordhp5_400_135_026.jpg
Recently I have deleted my Facebook account and I’m considering removing my IG account – even though I’ve just got past the magic 1000 followers mark.
It’s a bumper show this week as I take some 4×5 large format photos using the Cameradactyl OG.
Run some tests and setup with the Pixl-latr vs flatbed scanning and shoot my first ever dry plate using the Chromagraphic holder.
During the Diane Arbus exhibition at the Leamington Spa Art Gallery and Museum a series of workshops and salons were held in the entrance area of the Pump Rooms. I was invited to host an analogue photography workshop to engage the visitors with some of the processes involved in creation of Diane Arbus’ photographs. Portraits…
The South West Slide Pathhttps://johnwhitmorephotography.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/EktachromeTest_-_Photographed_with_Film_-_Kodak_Ektachrome_100_at_ISO_100_on_Medium_Format_120_Roll_ID-155-004.jpg18001089John Whitmore PhotographyJohn Whitmore Photographyhttps://johnwhitmorephotography.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/EktachromeTest_-_Photographed_with_Film_-_Kodak_Ektachrome_100_at_ISO_100_on_Medium_Format_120_Roll_ID-155-004.jpg
A 15 mile hike along the South West Coast Path, UK with expired Kodak Ektachrome in medium format (120) using a Mamiya 7.
Warwickshire Open Studios 2019https://johnwhitmorephotography.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019_WOS_WebBanner.jpg1024512John Whitmore PhotographyJohn Whitmore Photographyhttps://johnwhitmorephotography.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019_WOS_WebBanner.jpg
Exhibiting my handmade, photography prints during Warwickshire Open Studios, featuring traditional black & white and for the first time colour, prints from my latest series on Sri Lanka, Coventry. And of course, tea and cake!
Beers & Camera Birminghamhttps://johnwhitmorephotography.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/Beers_and_Camera_-_Photographed_with_Film_-_Kodak_T-Max_400__at_ISO_400_on_35mm_135_Roll_ID-3719-026.jpg18001112John Whitmore PhotographyJohn Whitmore Photographyhttps://johnwhitmorephotography.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/Beers_and_Camera_-_Photographed_with_Film_-_Kodak_T-Max_400__at_ISO_400_on_35mm_135_Roll_ID-3719-026.jpg
Having spent the previous day shooting, dev’ing and scanning for the Coventry Shop Front Festival I wasn’t sure if my legs would last long for the Birmingham Photo Meetup, and to top it off I had used up all my 35mm film. Fortunately just before heading out on the walk around Birmingham a roll of Kodak Tmax400…