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Number 108 365 (March 18 2018)

Drama in the Drive, Beckenham …. But is all self induced. Here is the original image and the final vista side by side. Advertisements

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Number 95 365 (March 5 2018)

The Still and West, Bath Square, Portsmouth Fish and chips with mushy peas while watching the world’s ships come and go – what could be better on a drab grey day?

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Deconstructed, lost and reconstructed narratives

I’m pretty much in the middle of processing my late parents’ analogue photo albums. Firstly I photograph each page and import the images into Lightroom and check that they are okay. Then I take the pages out of the album … Continue reading

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Review of process

So far I have been placing single jpg images of the pages of my late parents’ photo albums on the blog and then scanning the individual images in to show the world. But I am not sure this is the … Continue reading

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Album 1 (25, 26, 27 and 28 of 58)

More pages from my late parents’ photo albums. Mum must have got these images from one of her sisters and then scanned them in as I don’t have any originals.

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Album 1 Photo from 22 of 58

Here is granddad Dunbar at Crown Hill Barracks Plymouth about 1913. He is the man holding the Battalion colours in the rear rank. The reverse of the image. What is interesting about this photo is the difference in granddad’s apparent … Continue reading

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Thinking about curation: aims

As I’ve been scanning these photos my mind has turned to what I want them to say and represent and how I might achieve that. I think I want to achieve three things with the photos is at all possible: … Continue reading

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