I have now left Afghanistan and, after a few stops along the way, will arrive home in the UK later this week. A new and exciting chapter begins….. with lots more TPF.
Archives for February 2016
‘Carbon printing’ is a term some of you may be familiar with. Some automatically think of the ‘carbon only inks’ that can be used in inkjet printers, such as Piezography inks, by John Cone. Others, may recall the original B&W carbon (chemical) printing process, which utilises contact printing to produce beautiful and extremely permanent prints. […]
It gives me great pleasure to introduce the work of Michael Meadows, who is a regular reader of TPF! Name & Online Presence: Michael Meadows; http://michaelmeadows.photoshelter.com About the Photographs: The photographs are from a small collection of photos on my website that I call “Small Figures, in situ”. They each show one or more people that […]
Just a few days ago, I wrote that there was not much happening in terms of new camera releases to get me excited. And there still isn’t, but there has been a release that makes me especially excited for other people and it’s the Pentax K-1. In this case, the manufacturer (Pentax being owned by Ricoh) has […]
Do you ever wonder how hard it must be for camera manufacturers to entice us to buy new products? After all, cameras are already so incredibly good. This does of course assume your primary interest is photos and not fondling (which we all partake in every now and again).
I will soon be returning to live in the UK after more than a decade in Afghanistan. I remember arriving in January of 2006 thinking that I’d stay for ‘a year perhaps’ and that anything more than this would suggest I’ve earned of one of the ‘mercenary missionary or misfit’ labels! Unfortunately, it is possible that […]