This Place.

Finished edit, just set off for print, so once thats back final colour and contrast adjustments can be made, plus more editing! http://issuu.com/steve_steve/docs/this_place?e=4181531/7480786

A working draft for you to explore! (scroll over for book to appear)

Please take a look at the working draft of my new book and send me your feedback! Thanks! XoXo http://issuu.com/steve_steve/docs/plymouth

Work in progress, more to follow

Steve.
Man Reading Bible.

#contactsheet #nofilter

Memoir lane. #contactsheet #5x4 #largeformat #alaska

Memoir lane. #contactsheet #5x4 #largeformat #alaska

"Introverts, in contrast, may have strong social skills and enjoy parties and business meetings, but after a while wish they were home in their pajamas. They prefer to devote their social energies to close friends, colleagues, and family. They listen more than they talk, think before they speak, and often feel as if they express themselves better in writing than in conversation. They tend to dislike conflict. Many have a horror of small talk, but enjoy deep discussions."

– Susan Cain, Quiet (via larmoyante)

by larmoyante

Research shots.

"As for the sheer number of images overwhelming the medium, which every photo panel seems to devolve into nowadays, I think it’s silly. Writers aren’t complaining that the number of emails on the internet is somehow overwhelming their medium. I think if you can’t tell the difference between art and your friends’ instagram, then you’re probably lacking some basic understanding of the medium."

by Vice Magazine

"I have a push, love hate relationship with the photographic world I think it’s quite conservative at times, I find that the dialogue around photography can be very obsessed by representation and what is contained within the image rather than all the other stuff; the detritus, the mechanism and so I think, for me I kinda try to position myself outside of that."

– Suzanne Mooney
‘What is conceptual Photography’ (Part 2)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8DQdWHqRvY

This just made my night!

Robert Rauschenberg.

Robert Rauschenberg.

3 years of looking at Plymouth.

Coming to the end of my degree has led me to collect all of the documentary photos I have taken during the years I have been in Plymouth, here are just a few contact sheets.

Took my Fuji X20 for a little walk in the rain this lunch. Its a little gem, But I’m going to have to learn to use it to get what I want from it.

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