Monthly Archives: October 2016

A Submission to Jerwood/Photoworks

There are thousands of photographic competitions, most of which require the applicant to pay an entry fee and that really bugs me. The problem I see with the approach is that it is very difficult to determine whether the competition … Continue reading

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A history of pictures

I’ve been reading a History of Pictures[1] this week. The book’s strength has been to draw my attention to particular works and draw out particular points. This began at the very beginning where a point about connections across genres and … Continue reading

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The last of mum and dad’s family albums

So here is the fifteenth and final photograph album my parents kept. You can see that it’s incomplete in that the first page inside the cover held a number of photos yet to be mounted. However, as this part of … Continue reading

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Family Album number 14

Here is the fourteenth and penultimate album from my late parent’s analogue photo collection. This covers the period 2001 to 2005. What is of interested are two front sheets where mum has listed all the trips she and dad took … Continue reading

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Oxford realised

The postman brought me a pleasant surprise today: two brochures and six postcards for the upcoming SIX go to Oxford exhibition. The brochure shows four images from each of us and the postcard set one. You can see the different … Continue reading

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Family Album number 13

Here is the thirteenth album from my late parent’s analogue photo collection. This covers 1998 and 2000.

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Family Album number 12

Here is the twelfth album from my late parent’s analogue photo collection. This covers 1997 and 1998.

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