Why is it that when you’re out and about looking for something and/or you’re working towards a deadline to find the perfect photo opportunity you cannot find anything – but when you’re not desperately searching, it more or less falls your way? …
These images are results of such a “working-towards-a-deadline-photo-project”, called ‘LetterForms’. The only requirement: take a series of photos, each one showing a letter of the alphabet.
I wanted the images to have character and not just simple represent the environment. I chose to shoot on Ilford HP5 (400) using my Holga GCFN. Why?
I won’t be able to tell the results straight away, the images will be grainy, blurry, out of focus and simply not so ‘ordinary’ – each single image will be different.
Did I achieve everything I set out to do? You welcome to judge for yourself!