A still-life study in black-on-black. The lighting was a single strobe head and a number of reflectors.
Those of you that have been following the blog for a while will know that for some time now I have been dabbling with water droplet photography. Indeed, it was through that interest that I gained my Associateship of the Royal Photographic Society ( ARPS ) in November 2012.
More recently I’ve been playing with acrylic paint – in particular fluorescent paint – and some of the results have been quite amazing. Have a look at The Flying Frog ( an earlier blog post ) as an example.
But now, some of my work is going to be exhibited at the Black and White Space, a new gallery in the Genesis Cinema, 93-95 mile End Road, Whitechapel, London, E1 4UJ. The exhibition runs from Wednesday 4th December 2013 to the 6th January 2014 and is open weekdays from 3pm – 11pm, and weekends 10.45am – 11pm. Genesis also has a coffee bar in the foyer – well worth a visit.
Hopefully some of you will be able to make it along to the gallery at Genesis to see my work in print form. I really hope so. I may even bump into you – it would be good to meet the people that have expressed so much interest in my work. I may even be able to persuade you to buy one of the exhibited images!! 🙂 🙂
All the best for now, and thanks for reading!