The autumn season brings some dramatic light, nice shadows, golden hour colours – and a huge tanker topping up the sea with pure sussex water, a giant dog and a trip to London.
Here are some photos I took on the day of Worthing Pride – we didn’t get into the Pride gig but there were definitely colourful things going on in town. Even the car park looked excited.
Quote of the day:
“Is this the queue for pride?”
“No – it’s just a queue”
These photos hand processed from Kodak ColorPlus 200 – very cheerful.
Here’s a sample…
In May 2018 my daughter Kitty and I made a trip to Berlin. This was to fulfil a very old ambition of mine to visit the Neues Museum and see the ancient and most beautiful bust of Queen Nefertiti – a 5,000 year old marvel.
Here are the pictures I took during our trip
The Brandenberg Gate and Unter den Linden
The Holocaust Memorial
A trip to Wannsee
Here are my second set of trichromic photographs. I noticed in my previous set a lot of colour fringing where the black and white images didn’t quite line up. This was due to the camera moving when I changed the colour filter, and the fact that I was in zoom lens which zoomed in or out slightly while I was changing the filter. So this time I used a fixed lens and a lovely Olympus OM30 camera – much more solid results.
You can’t help but notice the people appear in different colours. They really bring out the time effects these images can produce!
These photos were taken using the trichrome technique: each is made up of three black & white images shot through a primary colour filter. Red, Green and Blue. Then combined to make a colour image. These are my first attempts – I love the colour fringes when the camera moves between shots, or the ghostly images of people and cars that move between colour changes.
Here are some shots of the Worthing bus festival in 2016. It’s always a very colourful event, and once again the weather in Worthing was brilliant. These images were shot of Agfa Precisa 100. I think processed them in the kitchen sink using. Apparently colour processing is very sensitive to the temparature of the chemicals. I tried my best with these – and I guess you could call it beginner’s luck – because the they came out with nice punchy colours.