Monday, 29 December 2014
Sunday, 7 December 2014
So i mentioned before about breaking it up and keeping a lot of stuff held back from the blog. Here are a few examples of the photo's that have been taken recently and through out this year. It is all mainly street photography, mixed in with some portraits, a dash of homeless stories and a pinch of old school prison/stick and poke tattoos. So if you like the grittier style of photography follow the links at the bottom of the post and give the facebook page your support by giving it a like.
As you can see it is a mixture of film photography and the digital format, sometimes there are crisp clean sharp images, others are much more gritty with a lot of noise in the photos so there is something for everyone.
The facebook page is going to feature more regular updates.
Thursday, 27 November 2014
System Tumours #1 is back available to buy from Monday the 1st of December!
This is a limited run once again! Last time there was only 400 copies printed and they all sold out within 15 days. This time there will only be 150 copies so make sure you grab them quick!
The link to buy them is below...
Meanwhile watch the trailers again!!!
Also if you haven't already heard the second film is on its way soon! System Tumours #2 features plenty action from all over the UK, clips that will make you laugh as always, higher quality footage and plenty more! Keep your eyes peeled for more updates... Check out this short teaser above for a little glimpse of what to expect!
Thursday, 20 November 2014
Monday, 10 November 2014
It all got interesting when we went down the trap door in to the belly of the building!
In these old tunnels was old train doors, signage, train windows, carpet...
If you make it past all this then you may even reach the real thing.
Unfortunately we had to make a quick get away and only one of us ever managed to return in the daytime, I am sure we will be back.
Tuesday, 21 October 2014
So from now on updates are going to be a little slower than normal! Due to unforeseen circumstances we now no longer have a digital format camera! We are now out here daily racking film and struggling to fund getting them developed!
The black and white photos are recent 35mm photos shot on a charity shop slr so expect a lot more gritty, grainy images... The colour shots are just on an old point and shoot!